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Should Canadian Government Have the Right to Withhold or Suspend the Rights of Canadian Citizens in Times of Crisis?
Looking back at the past that Canada strived through, there were many problems that she faced to be an independent and democratic country it is today. Times of major wars troubled internal-external affairs, sovereignty issues and national security regarding international organizations were all a part of a big crisis that put forward a challenge for its regime. At times such as the world wars, Quebec revolution and Civilian Internments, situations have arisen whereby the government would have found that it would be in best interest of the country if rights of certain citizens were restricted to maintain peace and security. Meanwhile in the eyes of others it would have been treatment of inequality as well as violation of human rights. …
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