Some of these right/freedoms are the following:
freedom of conscience and religion
freedom of thought belief, opinion, expression, and communication
freedom of peaceful assembly
freedom of association
right to vote
right to run for political office
mobility rights
right to life, liberty, and security
equality rights
legal rights The Rights of the Aboriginals
the affirmation of existing treaties
the recognition that the indians, Inuits, and Metis people of Canada are Aboriginals
Aboriginal and treaty rights are assured for both male and female Aborginals
Aboriginal representatives will be invited by the prime minister to participate in discussions Equalization and Regional disparities In the equalization and regional disparities section of the constitution, it says that all Canadian citizens should be able to have equal opportunities for the well-being of everyone.


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