Thirty years ago, the Canadian government repatriated its constitution, thereby officially ending our colonial status, and added what is our greatest cultural achievement to date, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
No other document, song, poem, novel, film, or play has had such a profound influence on how Canadians are allowed to live their . . . → Read More: the disgruntled democrat: Canada’s Greatest Cultural Achievement: The Charter of Rights and Freedoms