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Charter/Constitutional Law

Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms and Constitution Act provide guarantees that governments will respect the fundamental rights and freedoms of Canadians. Enforcing these rights, including the right to equality, freedom of expression, freedom of association and denominational rights, is crucial to ensuring workplace and community justice. Since the Charter became law in 1982, our firm has been at the forefront of Charter litigation, seeking to use the creative force of the Charter to advance social justice issues.