allows person to be arrested or detained in grounds that they are a threat to national security,
part of a terrorist organization and . The evidence entirely consists of info collected by CSIS and
Extradition and Capital Punishment
1. The Charter in Global Context
2. Extradition a part of intl law; a relship between 2 or more nation states; surrendering state
surrenders a criminal to a requesting state.
3. Kindler, N
Privacy vs. Law Enforcement: The Case of Cell Phones
R v Fearon: The Issues:
Do they have the authority to look through phones?
Yes, with a lawful arrest.
Why? They might be evidence on the phone.
Should they have this authority
Section 2(b) Counter Terrorism
i. Freedom of Expression and Anti-Terrorism: An Overview
Sometimes called counter-terrorism.
Anti meaning against
Counter meaning use against engaging in terrorism in order to weaken enemys
S. 9 - Arbitrary Arrest and Detention
Keep in mind how each individual section of the Charter is connected to the others.
This is especially true of Legal Rights (ss. 7-14)
For example, sections 8- 10 are specific artic
Section 8: Unreasonable Search and Seizure
The right to no unreasonable search and seizure protects privacy.
Overview: The Charter, Police Powers, and the Criminal Trial
Privacy and the Charter
The Charter, Police Powers a
The Charter of Rights and Freedoms: Basic Structure and operation Pt. I
Distinguish between Rule of Law and Charter of Rights:
Rule of Law A procedure of which power must be exercised
Rights To what ends can power be direct
Section 7- Security, Asylum, and Deportation to Torture
1. Key Terms, Issues and Questions
2. S. 7 and Deportation
3. Deportation (to Torture): The Process
4. The Case of Suresh
5. Is Canada Complying with Suresh?
Freedom of Expression and the Criminalization of Hate Speech
Freedom of expression is the freedom to speak or the freedom to not speak (ie right to
Freedom of expression is defined so broadly that rights can be i
Take Home Midterm
Professor Graham Hudson
Due: February 25th, 2016
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms was enacted in 1982 for the purpose of
allowing all Canadian citizens to have their fundamental freedoms and