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The Canadian Parlementary System

The Constitution of Canada

Parliament of Canada

Introduction

This page is intended to promote Canadian Customes by showing the associated legislations and doctrines, in respect of the Canadian Constitution. Each section contains links to the sources available for all by a right clic on your computer or by a double clic on your mobile or tablet. It is wise to have a quick overview of the federal guides prior making our opinion on any matter. I also recommand to read The Canadian Parlementary System prior any comments. At the very end of this article, you will be able to read and share your opinion on the subject in a completely independant and impartial setting.

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Effie

Legislation

From the Confederation to our Democratic society there has been several important decisions that are still impacting us, as Canadian. Despite our independance, we are still using many customes from our British ancestrors. As the Canadian Coat of Arms reflects our identity and our history so well, I may say, we are still striving for a better country. (“Desiderantes meliorem patriam”) Here below there are two links, the first is leading to the Constitution Act, 1867 and the second to the Constitution Act, 1982, which includes the Canadian Charter or Rights and Freedoms.

Now, some historians may suggest to review the Confederation and perhaps the definition of “Democracy”, but for the purpose of this text we will emphasis the British Legal System framework.

CONSTITUTION ACT, 1867 & CONSTITUTION ACT, 1982

Federal Guide

The guide to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms is a courtesy from our Government, written for the benefits of all. The fisrt part is an overview on the Canadian Charter of Rights, starting from its purpose, to its uses, its applications and its history. The second part is more exhaustive and includes a complet explanation for each section. There is also a reference on the Canadian Bill of Rights, which at this time is still not part of our constitution.

Guide to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Doctrines

Rule of law

Yes I will come back here later to finish the doctrine section

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