Freedom and Equality for each and every Canadian
Founded in 2010 as a voice for freedom in Canada's courtrooms, the mission of the Justice Centre is to defend the constitutional freedoms of Canadians through litigation and education. We fight for Canada to become and remain a free society, where the equality of all Canadians and their individual freedoms are celebrated and respected.
The Justice Centre's vision
is for a Canada where:
Each and every Canadian is treated equally by governments and by the courts, regardless of race, ancestry, ethnicity, age, gender, beliefs, or other personal characteristics.
Free to Express
All Canadians are free to express peacefully their thoughts, opinions and beliefs without fear of persecution or oppression.
Control One's Destiny
All Canadians have the right and self-determination to make fundamental life choices for themselves and their children as free and responsible members of our society.
Preserve Human Rights
Every Canadian has the understanding and determination to recognize, protect and preserve their human rights and constitutional freedoms.
People can enjoy individual freedom as responsible members of a free society.
The Justice Centre focuses on ensuring that government respects the following pillars of our free society:
Freedom of Conscience and Religion:
Freedom of Thought, Belief, Opinion and Expression, including Freedom of the Press:
Freedom of Peaceful Assembly:
Canadians have the freedom to publicly gather together and collectively express, promote, pursue and defend their common interests. This includes the freedom of Canadians to peaceful protest and demonstrations on public property.
Freedom of Association:
Associations are the means used by workers, religious groups and political, cultural and ethnic minorities to achieve their aspirations. Canadians are promised the freedom to choose to live in a community, to be part of an organization, and to associate with any group or individual based on our values, culture or other personal preferences, free from government interference.
The Right to Life, Liberty and the Security of the Person:
Any government interference with Canadians’ rights to life, liberty and security of the person must be in accordance with principles of fundamental justice. This includes the right of individuals to make fundamental life choices for themselves and their children, and the right of children to the informed care, educational choices and protection of their parents.