Reflection On Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms

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Civic Reflection Issue 1- Change in Point of View The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms is a bill of rights which outlines and protects the basic rights and fundamental freedoms that all Canadians have. These include the fundamental freedoms, democratic rights, mobility rights, legal rights, equality rights, language rights, and Aboriginal and treaty rights. The Canadian Charter of Rights is extremely important to the citizens of Canada as it has given important meaning to the protection of our rights. It makes sure that minorities and vulnerable groups are protected through equality rights. The Charter also ensures that every citizen is treated with fairness and respect. When I first wrote my reflection on the Charter, I said that the right I valued the most is the fundamental freedoms. Now that I have learned more on the matter, my opinions have changed on…show more content…
This is because he believes that Canada will be remembered by the art we create, just like the Ancient Greeks or Egyptians were. But, this won’t happen because governments deem art as a non-essential course and cut it from the school curriculum. Many people are affected by this issue including students, teachers, and school boards. This issue affects kids who are interested in art because they do not get to show their interest in the class and develop their passion. This issue also affects students who are not as interested in the arts because they will never get to appreciate how significant art is to Canadian culture. Teachers, especially teachers who specialize in the arts, are now having difficulty finding jobs in their field because of the limited spots available. They are being forced to teach subjects that they are not familiar with just to find a job. School boards are also the ones who have to deal with budget cuts and decide what needs to be taken out of the
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