The Charter Project – Get Involved!

http://www.charterproject.ca/

WHY SHOULD I CARE ABOUT THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CANADIAN CHARTER OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS?

LOVE IT, HATE IT, OR JUST DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU THINK, IT’S TIME TO JOIN THE DISCUSSION!

As millions today around the world are protesting for basic freedoms, on April 17, 2012, Canadians will mark 30 years with the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, a document which seeks to guarantee fundamental human rights, from speech, to religion, to association.

At the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law, the Class of 2012 knew that their graduation coincided with the Charter’s 30th anniversary and decided to do something to recognize it. Welcome to The Charter Project.

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Join the Discussion

….LAUNCH EVENT

The Charter Project is having a launch event on Tuesday, March 13, 2012 at 1pm at Osgoode Hall in Toronto. The catered event is sponsored by the Law Society of Upper Canada. His Honour, the Honourable David C. Onley, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, will be providing welcoming remarks. One of The Charter’s architects in 1982, former Chief Justice of the Ontario Court of Appeal Roy McMurtry, will also be in attendance.

….SPREAD THE WORD
– Workshops. Send information about our high school workshops to anyone you know who attends or teaches at a high school.

– Media. Let us know (charterproject@uwindsor.ca) any media contacts you have. Media Kit:

– Sponsors. If you worked at a law firm that you think might sponsor us, or a corporation / organization that you think might be a good fit, please contact us (charterproject@uwindsor.ca). More info.

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Comments

  1. Good morning!

    I just finished watching Canada Am’s segment on the “charter project” What a good idea!!! A lot of us know the Charter exits, but do not know a lot about it.

    I guess my question today is; Does the government have the right to intervene in private companies employees right to strike. I am referring to the unfair advantage Air Canada has had in the last 3 negociations with its employees ( customer sales agents, flight attendants and now ground crew and mechanics ) because of the intervention of the Harper Gov.

    Is this a case of infriging on the charter of rights?? Thank you.