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Who was involved in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms of Apr 17th 1982?
What is Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms section 2 fundamental freedoms and section 14 equality rights in the Constitution Act 1982 Part 1?
Section 2 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms sets out basic freedoms to which every person in Canada isentitled. These include "freedom of conscience and religion…;freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, includingfreedom of the press and other media of communication; freedom ofpeaceful assembly; and freedom of association." The freedom of conscience and religion means thateveryone in Canada is free to hold facts, thoughts, or viewpointsto be true, irrespective of the views of others. It also means thateveryone in Canada has the freedom to follow (or not to follow) anyreligion. The freedom of thought, belief, opinion, andexpression means that everyone in Canada has the freedomto voice their views to others. This includes the freedom of thepress to disseminate information to the Canadian people, andprotects the freedom of everyone in Canada to use diversecommunications methods to do so. The freedom of peaceful assembly means thateveryone in Canada has the freedom to assemble in a peaceful way todemonstrate or to protest actions of organisations and, inparticular, the Government and Parliament themselves. The freedom of association means that everyone inCanada has the freedom to associate with groups; this most commonlyrefers to the freedom of Canadians to associate with politicalparties in the course of the political process. Section 14 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms sets out that any party or witness in a Court proceeding whorequires the assistance of an interpreter to understand what isgoing on (i.e., in the case of someone who does not speak thelanguage of the courtroom, or who is hard-of-hearing) has the right to interpretive assistance .
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms is a charter stating that Canadians have freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of association, and are assumed innocent u…ntil proven guilty a court of law.
The person most credited with creating the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms is Pierre Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada from X to X, and X to X. The Canadian Minister o…f Justice at the time the Charter was enacted, Jean Chretien, is also given substantial credit. No doubt, they were ably assisted by legal counsel and civil service staff. In addition, the overall constitutional amendment that included the Charter was negotiated and agreed among the Premiers (legislative prime ministers) of Canada's ten provinces, in addition to Mr. Trudeau. Queen Elizabeth had a lot to do with the charter of rights, she had to sign the charter of rights and had to proof read it. I hope I helped :P
Pierre Trudeau, one of Canada's past prime ministers.
Committees, dominated by members and supporters of the Liberal Party of Canada and their leader Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau.
It is important because if it wasn't there, then Canada would be caos.Ithere are 8 keys. Fundamental freedoms, mobility rights, official languages of Canada, equality rights, …democratic rights, legal rights, minority language education rights and aboriginal rights and freedoms. without them we could still have slaves in our country and you could be sent to be either executed, made a slave of or imprisoned for whatever amount of time.
Good question! Former Canadian Prime Minister, John Diefenbaker, oversaw the . draughting of the Canadian Bill of Rights in the early 1960's. It was a document . that gave c…larity to the fundamental rights to be enjoyed by all Canadian citizens. . Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, desiring to leave his own legacy on rights, replaced the Bill of Rights with the Canadian Charter of Rights in 1982. This new bill has proved to be a thorn in the side of Parliament -- for it grants previously unknown power to the courts because some sections are vague and subject to interpretation that only the courts can settle. . The Bill of Rights functioned better than the Charter of Rights does today because it was less vague and less detailed. Canada would probably be better off today by reverting to the Bill of Rights.
Throughout the late 1970's, negotiated in the early 1980's, passed into law in 1982, and in effect in 1984.
April 17, 1982
It gives Canadian citizens the right to freedom, and many other things.
None. The Charter applies to Canadian citizens. ==== The above answer is glaringly incorrect. First, many immigrants are also citizens. Second, the "Fundamental Freedoms…" in section 2 of the Charter are guaranteed to "everyone." Third, the "Democratic Rights" (voting, etc.) are restricted to citizens. Fourth, certain of the "Mobility Rights" in section 6 are guaranteed to permanent residents as well as to citizens. Fifth, the "Legal Rights" and "Equality Rights" (sections 7 to 15) are guaranteed to everyone. Sixth, the language ( i.e., French and English having equal status) rights apply to everyone. Seventh, minority language rights apply to citizens. Eighth, everyone has the right to seek redress through the courts for any violation of a right provided by the Charter.
That's subjective and will vary from person to person.
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
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What are the names of the premiers who agreed on the Canadian charter of rights and freedoms in 1982?
Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau introduced the charter and heÃ¦and Queen Elizabeth II signed it into effect in 1982. It was considered a Bill of Rights to include all Canadian…s freedom and there was a special clause for Aborigianal rights.