Individual rights and responsibilities.

Individual rights are rights that everyone in Canada has whether they are part of a collective group or not. You have the following rights and responsibilities:

  1. You have the right to vote for your representative but your responsibility is to vote.
  2. You have the right to┬ácome and go as you please, but your responsibility is to use this right wisely. So don’t go somewhere and make a fool of Canada you are representing use.
  3. You have the right to use any religion that you want, but you are responsible for letting others practice this right. So you can’t go out and criticize another religion just because it isn’t the same as yours.
  4. You have the right to think and say what you want. But don’t go to extremes. You can disagree if you want but don’t be violent because you don’t agree
  5. You have the right to fair and equal treatment. If you feel you have been treated unfairly you may go to court with your issue.
  6. You may justify yourself if you are arrested. If you are arrested you may go to court to claim your innocence (if you are arrested you will be tried in court within a reasonable time of your arrest).
  7. You may own your own land. You must be responsible, please don’t buy land and be disrespectful to your neighbors.