The Charter of Rights and Freedoms is supposed to guarantee the rights of every Canadian, but what does it actually say?

What rights do you actually have?

Is the government upholding your rights during the coronavirus lockdown?

Is the charter alone enough to guarantee our freedom?

True North’s Sam Eskenasi takes an in-depth look at the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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A long-time Canadian human rights activist with experience serving as a regular media spokesperson, often called upon to discuss a wide range of topics ranging from Antisemitism and Human Rights in Canada to Israel and the Middle East.