Chapter: Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship
Topic: Rights & Freedoms
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Canadian legal traditions stretch back to the signing of the Magna Carta, sometimes called the Great Charter of ________.CorrectIncorrect
Canadian traditions of liberty go back more than ____ years.CorrectIncorrect
Canadians have the right to live and work ______________ in Canada.CorrectIncorrect
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms states that Canada is founded upon principles recognising the rule of law and the supremacy of _____________.CorrectIncorrect
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms was incorporated into Canadian law in _____.CorrectIncorrect
The Canadian multicultural tradition is that Canadians should __________ other cultures and ways of life.CorrectIncorrect
The Canadian tradition of habeas corpus prevents Canadians being unlawfully ____________.CorrectIncorrect
The Charter of Rights and Freedoms states that ________________ will be the official language of government.CorrectIncorrect
Under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the rights of Aboriginal peoples must __________ be overruled by other rights guaranteed in the charter.CorrectIncorrect
Rights & Freedoms
Canadian citizens have certain rights and responsibilities. They originate from our history, reflect our shared traditions, values, and identity. Most importantly, they are secured in Canadian law.
The law has several origins, including English common law, laws passed by the provincial legislature and Parliament, the Napoleonic Code, and the “unwritten constitution” borrowed from Great Britain.