Law State and Citizen Name Institution Professor Course Date Canadian Charter is very clear on human rights and it has been used by judges to fight for injustice on human rights. Charter gives more opportunities to complainants about human rights violation. Section 15 of the Canadian constitutional charter provides level ground of rights and freedom to every natural person. Some of the rights envisaged under section 15 of the charter are; racial sexual and mental equality. Replacing the beach without considering all human possible scenarios would jeopardize human rights as accorded in the charter. Though the charter has been legally abiding and used to quash government and administrative aspects on human rights it should have some reservation on some cases. Stephan cases have raised public interest as its very clear several of the cases that have been determined by the courts under section 32 of the charter fall under homelessness. This seems to be a very strong section of the charter that Stephan should invoke against the city administration. A sample case that Stephan can reflect on is between Mohamed and Homeground services. When delivering the judgment the tribunal held that the homeground agency acted contrary to evict the young man. Being a homeless person Stephan can base his claims on the case because Ottawa city administration intends to evict him from he has been sheltering himself for more than a year. Therefore Stephan case lies within the scope of section 32 of the charter and by reflecting on Mohamed case city administration would be liable to his eviction from the beach. [...]
I have attached the instructions. It is topic #2. I just need cases that relate to section 15 and 32.