Eden Boudreau- Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Eden Boudreau- Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

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  • Fundamental Freedoms
  • I'm so happy we're able to express any and all religions.
  • Amen
  • Democratic Rights
  • I can't believe that just last year I became a Canadian citizen, now I'm voting!
  • Defiantly NDP
  • Mobility Rights
  • I'm so exited to go to Ontario!
  • It's gonna be nice to get out of P.E.I for awhile
  • All Canadians have the right to practice any religion or none. We are allowed to express our beliefs via prayer and religious clothing. Others have the right to publicly express their religions as well. This is so long as the way you express your beliefs doesn't impact the rights of others or complex public programs and policies. It does not protect expression like hate speech. The media has the right to print and broadcast news unless there's a justifiable reason set out in law to limit that.
  • Legal Rights
  • All Canadians have the right to vote and run for public office as long as their over 18 years of age along with other exceptions. The government cannot hold power for an unlimited amount of time, an election must be called once at least, every five years. It can be delayed in a state of emergency. Legislative assembly representatives must sit at least once a year.
  • Equality Rights
  • Awesome!!
  • The government just put in a new program to make more accomidationis for deaf people!
  • I'm so happy nowadays everyone is treated equal and we can all be in this restaurant regardless of our differences
  • Canadian citizens have the right to enter, remain in, and leave Canada. Citizens and permanent residents have the right to live and seek work anywhere in Canada and the Government can't discriminate on what province someone is from or lives in. laws can however set rules for when people can get social health and welfare benefits.
  • Language Education Rights
  • Since we aren't originally from Quebec and I went to an english school in Canada I thought it'd be best to en roll her in english school too.
  • Legal rights protect everyone's privacy. No one can search you, take away your things, or access personal information without a clear cause and a warrant. Makes sure people are treated fairly in the justice process, Protects everyone against unreasonable laws, and protects people from arrest without valid reasoning. It Includes several rights that apply after arrest ex. choosing not to testify at your own trial. It offers certain protections if you have to go to court. It also protects you from cruel and unusual punishments.
  • Do you have a warrant?!
  • Hello sir, I have to search your home.
  • Equality rights ensure everyone is treated and viewed the same under the law without discrimination no matter their race, origin, colour, religion, sex age, disability, sexual orientation, residency, citizenship, or marital status. Everyone is entitled to laws or government policies. However, sometimes protecting people's equality means rules or policies must be adapted to take account of people's differences. It also helps people who have been disadvantaged.
  • Guarantees minority language educational rights to all provinces and territories, this includes French-speaking communities outside Quebec and English-speaking communities in Quebec. It applies when there are enough people who speak a certain language to justify it. Canadian citizens living outside Quebec have the right to send their kids to french schools under certain circumstances and vice versa. This is because Canadas official languages are both french and english.
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