About CharterCases.com

CharterCases.com is dedicated to providing accurate yet critical analysis of leading court decisions involving Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

This site is based on the premise that the Charter, although far from perfect, exists to embody and solidify common law principles which have served us well for generations. Without these principles, the freedoms we take for granted would not exist.

But freedom is always in jeopardy, whether from police and prosecutors or from bureaucrats and social engineers. Judicial activism can be a force to protect our natural liberties, or a force to serve the objectives of the State, against our common law rights.

CharterCases.com exists to provide critical analysis of various Charter decisions from a rational, classical liberal perspective, respecting the Rule of Law in our land, while recognizing that there is always room for improvement.

One Response to About CharterCases.com

  1. Jeremy Peyton

    I feel my charter rights of freedom of speech . Expression has been violated . I was coaching basketball to 3 teams of kids from ages 12-16 . I posted a rap diss on my private facebook . The principle dismissed me because of this . It had nothing to do with school. Any of the kids i volunteer with or basketball in general. I never had a compliant in 3 years until i did not pick the principles son for our school team. The 43 kids i coach are devistated and want me back as thier parents do aswell. Ive been thier rolemodel on the court.

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