rights

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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The Right to Say No to COVID-19 Vaccines

This commentary by Gail Davidson, Member of the Law Society of British Columbia, concludes that the Vaccine Mandates contravene Canada’s International Human Rights Law obligations and are arbitrary and unlawful. The Vaccine Mandates should therefore be withdrawn immediately in favour of lawful measures that comply with IHRL standards and Canada’s IHRL obligations, accord with the rule of law and democratic principles, and are supported by evidence as being effective, safe, proportional and necessary to preserve rights in a democracy.

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