Canada

Understanding Your Rights

The Charter guarantees broad equality rights as well as fundamental freedoms, democratic rights, mobility rights, legal rights and language rights. It applies to all government action, meaning to the provincial legislatures and Parliament, and to everything done under their authority. This means that governments must take the Charter into account in developing all laws and policies.

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CCCA Legal Library Reference Sources

The Canadian Covid Care Alliance is happy to share a list of law resources for members and visitors to reference in their our research. This does not constitute or replace legal advice, and is posted for informational purposes only.

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Quarantine and the Law: the 2003 SARS Experience in Canada

The authority to quarantine individuals was tested by the 2003 global outbreak of SARS. Quarantine was used during that time as a public health intervention tool to attempt to control the disease in Toronto. The outbreak put the public health preparedness of the Ontario legal system to the test. This article examines the legal issues related to the use of quarantine as a tool to control infectious disease outbreaks using the Ontario SARS epidemic as a case study.

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