Predjudice and Liberty
Prejudice and Liberty
Throughout Canadian history there have been some bleak circumstances in which harm has been done, whether physical or emotional, unto certain habitants based on inequitable laws within the constitution. In particular, the "white women's labour laws" and Bill C-36 have persuaded prejudices to occur within communities. These predispositions have been based primarily on ethnic backgrounds and to some extent on gender. The cause of such inequity can generally be found in the results of acts of war or terrorism. As a result unjustified persecution could ensue.
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