The Supreme Court Challenge Against Bill-96 and Quebec's Separatist Agenda: The Leave to Appeal for Access to Justice in Defence of Our Canadian Ident (Paperback)

The Supreme Court Challenge Against Bill-96 and Quebec's Separatist Agenda: The Leave to Appeal for Access to Justice in Defence of Our Canadian Ident By Peter Tremblay (Editor) Cover Image
By Peter Tremblay (Editor)
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A watershed book that exposes the "great lie"' used by elites to deceive Canadians of French and other backgrounds regarding Quebec's relationship to Canada, and how this lie has been used to manifest language laws that now deny access to justice.


The Carby-Samuels v Ville de Gatineau et al Supreme Court of Canada Leave to Appeal exposes the illegality of Bill-96 and related language laws in Quebec as violations of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. These unconstitutional laws are upheld through the oversights of lawyers, journalists, and advocacy groups who willingly ignore the improper use of the so-called "Notwithstanding Clause" in a court of law.


This book gives us insights into the illegal denial of minority language rights in Quebec's court system, which not only violates both the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and related Supreme Court of Canada decisions, but also United Nations Conventions related to human rights.


The agenda that this book exposes is an apparent effort by Quebec's elites to separate from the rest of Canada without having to call another referendum vote. This is done by illegitimately using the "protection of the French language" as justification to ignore Canadian systems of governance that are designed to affirm human rights, multiculturalism, and accountability.


Quebec's elites serve only themselves by disingenuously invoking the preservation of the French language to enable their historical mass deception plot.


Be prepared to have a completely new understanding of Quebec in Confederation. Learn about the effort by Quebec's elites to deny the vital Canadian identity of French-speaking Canadians whose heritage is being cynically used to divide and alienate Canadians from each other to rule and conquer the masses using the pretext of language.


The Carby-Samuels v Ville de Gatineau et al Supreme Court of Canada Leave to Appeal seeks to facilitate a revitalized approach to the protection of the French language in Canada that doesn't derogate from the vital constitutional rights of other Canadians.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781778380433
ISBN-10: 1778380433
Publisher: Agora Cosmopolitan
Publication Date: October 4th, 2023
Pages: 122
Language: English

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