The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and how it relates to me -…
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and how it relates to me
Although this doesn't apply to me yet, It will in a couple of years. And having the feeling of contribution to the decisions being made in the country you reside in is a big accomplishment and feels like a necessary right.
Contributing to decisions being made in your country
Feeling like you have a say in what happens
The fact that a Prime Minister or any high authority has the same legal rights as me is just great. I know that whenever I get put into a trial, someone won't have an advantage on me based on their job, age, color, or race.
Being able to walk around freely and access the same things as other people is a great right because it makes us all equal and discourages racism/violence to other communities.
being able to walk around safely.
little to no threats if you are a different color, race, gender etc.
Being able to express your religion is a big thing especially when you look at North Korea or some other countries; you are not allowed to express your religion and what you believe in
The feeling of being free and being able to believe in anything you want
The right to work wherever, go wherever, leave and come back whenever, is a great right and It just shows how free and open Canada is. This applies to me because me and my family go on vacations all the time and being able to leave and come back constantly is just a great right to have.
feeling of freedom
encourages travel and visits to other parts of Canada or other countries
Minority Language Education Rights
Official Languages of Canada
The right to be able to speak English or French while communicating with governments is a good right because most people know English and you aren't entitled to learn a new language or have a person translating for you in government.
English is a very known language and one of the most spoken ones in the world.