Canada recognizes and upholds the rights and freedoms of every resident and citizen. This section has links to information about laws, charters, and other measures that protect your rights and freedoms in order for you to live up to your fullest potential.
- Historically, Canada has been regarded as a pioneer in the field of human rights.
- According to the Canadian Human Rights Commission, human rights define what we are all entitled to — a life of equality, dignity, and respect.
- The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is the first new national museum that is situated outside of Canada’s Capital Region.
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