Pros And Cons Of Charter Of Rights And Freedom

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The positive effect that brought by the charter of right and freedom

During the October crisis the privacy and properties were invaded by the government severely. The rights of the residents were ignored. But thanks to the Charter of Right and Freedom the government can do it no more. The charter stated specific list of residential rights which created positive effects on protecting civilian’s right in Canada

The Charter of Right and Freedom protected and promoted the right if the civilians of Canada. The first section of the Charter of Right and Freedom stated “The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the rights and freedoms set out in it subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified …show more content…

This part was also known as the equal right. On section 15, it stated that any discrimination against the race, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, sex, age or mental or physical disability would be considered as actions against the Charter of Right and Freedom, section 15 also valid legal process. It guaranteed that the minority group with distinct cultural and ethnic identity will not be discriminated by others, and it promoted their rights to be respected. Even the racism still exists but section 15 minimized this principle. But the most severe issue between the minority and majority group would be the Quebec issue. Through the history, Quebec Francophone and the rest Anglophones came up several agreements on language education and culture but it never really fixes this problem. French speakers and English speakers discriminate each other and they refuse to provide education and services. Possible solution was placed in the section 16-23. In section 16-22 established the bilingual system and the position of the French language, it guaranteed French would be available in all government services and parliament. The bill in French and English versions is equally authoritative.these section provide a path to ameliorate the relationship; section 23 provided the the language education right, subsection (A) item one stated: “whose first language learned and still

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