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Preamble to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Lambert M. Surhone

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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The preamble to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms is the introductory sentence to the Constitution of Canada`s Charter of Rights and Constitution Act, 1982. Writing in 1982, when the Charter came into force, constitutional scholar Peter Hogg noted that these words, being a preamble, could not really be applied by the courts but in theory could help to determine how other sections of the Charter should be read and applied. In this particular case, however, Hogg expressed doubt as to how much help this preamble could be, noting the term "rule of law" is "notoriously vague" and that the mention of the "supremacy of God" is contrary to section 2 of the Charter, which protects freedom of conscience, which Hogg felt would include a right to atheism. In R. v. Morgentaler (1988), Justice Bertha Wilson defined freedom of conscience as protecting "conscientious beliefs which are not religiously motivated", and balanced the preamble out with...

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