Sections 7

Section 7 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms is a constitutional provision that protects an individual's autonomy and personal legal rights from actions of the government in Canada. There are three types of protection within the section, namely the right to life, liberty, and security of the person. Denials of these rights are constitutional only if the denials do not breach what is referred to as fundamental justice.This Charter provision provides both substantive and procedural rights.
Posts about Sections 7
  • 12 Common Reasons Reconsideration Requests Fail

    … build your own process to prioritize which links are more likely to be unnatural, as I described in this post (see sections 7 & 8). In an ideal world, you should manually review every single link pointing to your site. Where this isn’t possible (e.g., when dealing with an enormous numbers of links or resources are unavailable), you should…

    Moz Blogin SEO- 17 readers -
  • The 12 Days Of Procurement

    … It’s that time of year again – yes, the time we all reflect on years past and look forward to the New Year with a youthful exuberance and hopeful optimism that can only come with the holiday season. While everyone else is busy with hopeful optimism, my grand tradition is to take the “healthy skeptic” approach and try to identify at least one…

    Kevin Ryan/ Marketing Land- 15 readers -
  • 12 Common Reasons Reconsideration Requests Fail

    Posted by Modestos There are several reasons a reconsideration request might fail. But some of the most common mistakes site owners and inexperienced SEOs make when trying to lift a link-related Google penalty are entirely avoidable. Here’s a list of the top 12 most common mistakes made when submitting reconsideration requests, and how you can prevent them. 1.

    Moz User Generated Blog- 12 readers -