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Democratic Rights 
? Section 3 states that every citizen has the 
right to vote 
? Restrictions are: age, mental capacity, 
residence and registration 
? Members of the judiciary are not allowed 
to vote, inmates incarcerated for more 
than 2 years. 
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Democratic Rights 
? Section 3 states that every citizen has the 
right to vote 
? Restrictions are: age, mental capacity, 
residence and registration 
? Members of the judiciary are not allowed 
to vote, inmates incarcerated for more 
than 2 years. 
Extradition 
? Supreme court has ruled that accused persons 
can be extradited to face trial; except if they 
face capital punishment. 
? Factors considered: it is reasonable to limit their 
mobility rights to send them to a country to face 
charges as we believe suppressing crime is 
important. However, the SCC believes it is a 
violation of a persons rights to life to send them 
to face capital punishment. 
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Democratic Rights 
? Section 3 states that every citizen has the 
right to vote 
? Restrictions are: age, mental capacity, 
residence and registration 
? Members of the judiciary are not allowed 
to vote, inmates incarcerated for more 
than 2 years. 
Extradition 
? Supreme court has ruled that accused persons 
can be extradited to face trial; except if they 
face capital punishment. 
? Factors considered: it is reasonable to limit their 
mobility rights to send them to a country to face 
charges as we believe suppressing crime is 
important. However, the SCC believes it is a 
violation of a persons rights to life to send them 
to face capital punishment. 
Mobility Restrictions 
? Provincial gov’ts of other wealthier 
provinces are concerned about being 
flooded by unemployed residents from 
other provinces seeking employment, 
social services. 
? Governments may want to limit the access 
to certain programs created to improve 
opportunities for their own residents. 
Page 4


Democratic Rights 
? Section 3 states that every citizen has the 
right to vote 
? Restrictions are: age, mental capacity, 
residence and registration 
? Members of the judiciary are not allowed 
to vote, inmates incarcerated for more 
than 2 years. 
Extradition 
? Supreme court has ruled that accused persons 
can be extradited to face trial; except if they 
face capital punishment. 
? Factors considered: it is reasonable to limit their 
mobility rights to send them to a country to face 
charges as we believe suppressing crime is 
important. However, the SCC believes it is a 
violation of a persons rights to life to send them 
to face capital punishment. 
Mobility Restrictions 
? Provincial gov’ts of other wealthier 
provinces are concerned about being 
flooded by unemployed residents from 
other provinces seeking employment, 
social services. 
? Governments may want to limit the access 
to certain programs created to improve 
opportunities for their own residents. 
Q1. Page 100 
? The right to life, liberty and security of the 
person means that an individual has the 
right to live his or her life, to be free from 
imprisonment (excludes legal system) and 
to be protected from certain forms of 
corporal punishment and physical 
punishment. 
? http://www.histori.ca/minutes/minute.do?i
d=10212 
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Democratic Rights 
? Section 3 states that every citizen has the 
right to vote 
? Restrictions are: age, mental capacity, 
residence and registration 
? Members of the judiciary are not allowed 
to vote, inmates incarcerated for more 
than 2 years. 
Extradition 
? Supreme court has ruled that accused persons 
can be extradited to face trial; except if they 
face capital punishment. 
? Factors considered: it is reasonable to limit their 
mobility rights to send them to a country to face 
charges as we believe suppressing crime is 
important. However, the SCC believes it is a 
violation of a persons rights to life to send them 
to face capital punishment. 
Mobility Restrictions 
? Provincial gov’ts of other wealthier 
provinces are concerned about being 
flooded by unemployed residents from 
other provinces seeking employment, 
social services. 
? Governments may want to limit the access 
to certain programs created to improve 
opportunities for their own residents. 
Q1. Page 100 
? The right to life, liberty and security of the 
person means that an individual has the 
right to live his or her life, to be free from 
imprisonment (excludes legal system) and 
to be protected from certain forms of 
corporal punishment and physical 
punishment. 
? http://www.histori.ca/minutes/minute.do?i
d=10212 
Q2. Page 93 Consider this 
? s.7 What about abortion and physician 
assisted suicide. How do these apply to 
the Freedom of Life and Liberty… 
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