COMM 315 Chapter 4: C4 Personal Rights

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Entrenched rights that they can only be changed on the same way that the act can be changed. The rights of the canadian charter are entrenched in the constitution this means has to be an agreement between the federal and provincial governments neither level of government can change it alone. At least 50% of the population of canada needs to approve an amendment for it to pass (the seven-fifty formula). The canadian charter of rights & freedoms required upon its inception an adherence to it by both the federal and provincial legislature. The quebec charter of human rights & freedoms. We"re looking at the quebec charter of human rights, not looking at the federal. The quebec charter of human rights & freedoms only protects people human beings. Who does it not protect, who"s not considered (cid:498)human(cid:499)? resident or visitor everyone who is physically in the province. People that are not human: corporations are persons but not human beings.

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