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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 No House of Commons and no legislative assembly can continue for more than five years and must be elected otherwise. Ut enim ad minim Canadian Citizen have the Freedom:*To choose and practice their own religion*The freedom of speech to express opinions*To organize or participate in peacful meetings or gatherings*To be part of what you want Des conversions suite a une recherche internet ont lieu au telephone The Government can only continue working for more than five years if there was a war. Guarantess: *Rights and Freedoms *Limits can be placed if needed to maintain freedom and democracy. Every citizen has the right to vote and be qualified for a membership. The parliment and each legislature must get together at least once every twelve months. Every citizen of Canada has the right to move. Provinces can decide wheather or not you recieve social services. Everyone has the right to be protected from unreasonable search. Everyone has the right not to be unreasonablly imprisoned. When a person is arrested or detained they have the right to know the reason behind their arrest. The offender can question the law and have a lawyer. Finnally the person being accused has the right to know if their arrest is legal and if not they can order a release. Legal Rights Each province has the right torefuse a person who wants tomove to a specific provincein order to get a job. Every citizen of Canada and every person who has the status of a permanent resident of Canada has the right to move to any province and start a living. Everyone has the right to be treated fairly *People accused of a crime must be told instantly what offence they are charged with*Their trials must take place within a reasonable time*And they cannot be forced to testify at their own trials*Anyone accused of breaking the law is presumed to be innocent until proven guilty. The trial must also be conducted fairly before a court which is unbiased and independent of political or any other influence*An accused person is entitled to reasonable bail *And, for very serious charges, has the right to trial by jury*A court cannot convict a person of a crime unless the law in force at the time of the offence specifically stated that the actions in question were illegal*If a person is tried for an offence and found not guilty, he or she cannot be tried on the same charge again. Moreover, if the person is found guilty and punished for the offence, he or she cannot be tried or punished for it again*In a situation where a person commits an offence and, before he or she is sentenced, a new law alters the fine or term of imprisonment that applies, that person must be sentenced under whichever law is the more soft Charter of Rights and Freedoms If the testimony of a witness shows that he or she has committed a crime, that evidence cannot be used by the prosecution to prove that the witness committed an offence. The exception is where a witness lies to the court. In that case, the testimony of the witness may be used to show that he or she lied in court. People who are deaf or do not understand or speak the language being spoken incourt have the right to be assisted by an interpreter. Every person has the right to equality and not be discriminated against. At the same as it protects equality, the charter also allows for certain laws or programs that favor disadvantagedindividuals or groups. This section guarantees the life, liberty and personal security of all Canadians. It also demands that governments respect the basic principles of justice whenever it intrudes on those rights. Section 7 often comes into play in criminal matters because an accused person clearly faces the risk that, if convicted, his or her liberty will be lost. Each person has the right to haveenglish and french in debates andproceedings of the Parliment and New Brunswick. All statutes, records, and journals from the parliment and legislature of New Brunswick must be printed in French and English and both should be equally authoritative. In any court hearing either English or French can be used. Reffering to the section above English or french can be used in court hearing in New Brunswick. Any Canadian citizen has the right to interactwith government ineither official language.Any member inNew Brunswick also hasthe right t interact with the government in eaither official language This section protectsthe language rights in all other parts of the constitution.This section mandates the government to offer services in both official languages. Citizens who's linguistic identity is that of a minority (English+French) have the right to an education in theahat
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