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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms is a document that states that all Canadians or visitors to Canada have certain rights. This document is part of the Canadian Constitution. Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms The charter was created for all Canadian citizens and anyone who comes into the country. This charter helps anyone in Canada to be treated with respect and dignity. Although it still allows criminals to be detained or imprisoned. HistoryIt took a long time for the charter to get where it is today, the charter went through many different changes. The charter was signed into law by Queen Elizabeth 2nd on April 17th 1982. The charter covers many different areas of life (education, languages, government, etc.) The sections of the charter are fundamental freedoms, democratic rights, mobility rights, legal rights, equality rights, languages of Canada, enforcement and general rights. The charter was created out of a need for equality. One group of people was considered better than others. It took a while but eventually Canadian citizens realized that this was wrong and that we should all be treated equally. Therefore the charter was made to ensure equality and peace. You may not realize it but the charter helps you every day of your life. The charter helps you stay safe, be able to express your opinion, live where you want, vote etc.
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