Constitutional Litigation

Constitutional Litigation

The highest law in Canada is the constitution, both written and unwritten. The Constitution Act, 1982 gave birth to guaranteed new freedoms of conscience, thought, belief, opinion, expression, association, peaceful assembly and religion in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Today these freedoms are under siege, as unpopular minority viewpoints are under attack for being politically incorrect or labelled as hate speech by those who are intolerant of traditional moral beliefs or opposing viewpoints.

Fundamental rights are also under attack, including the rights to life, liberty and security of the person. The government decides who are human beings and worthy of protection, and who are not. Your liberty is at stake when you are detained or arrested unlawfully and without due process. Your security of the person is violated when the government wrongly takes your children away, causing harm to parents, grandparents, siblings, and to the apprehended children. When your job seniority is extinguished with the approval of the government, you suffer harm to your security of the person. Unreasonable delays to resolve cases in both criminal and family law adversely impact on your security of the person too.

Equality before and under the law is the rule, not the exception.  Everyone has the right to equal protection and equal benefit of the law without discrimination.

Our law firm will represent you in constitutional litigation, at all levels of court, up to and including the Supreme Court of Canada. Your civil liberties are precious, and our firm is dedicated to representing individuals against the government, to ensure respect for the rule of law.