Submit a Case
All of the Justice Centre’s services to the public are provided free of charge. We accept no government funding, and we do not require clients to pay for our services. We are entirely donation-based.
We handle matters on a case-by-case basis. Case inquiries must be submitted online. Our intake team reviews the inquiry and determines if we have interest in looking further at the case. The Justice Centre only deals with constitutional cases which fall under section 2, 7, or 15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, human rights cases, or administrative decisions with a strong public interest component.
If you feel your constitutional freedoms have been violated by government (federal, provincial or municipal) or by a government entity (e.g. university, human rights commission, or professional association) please fill out the form below. The information you provide will be kept in strictest confidence by the Justice Centre, and will be protected by solicitor-client privilege. After you have completed this form, a member of our legal team will be able to follow up with you if your case is suitable for further consideration by our team.
Please note: We ask that you use this form for serious inquiries only. By submitting this form, you should be prepared to litigate the issue you are inquiring about.