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Charter: Decision and Safety Minister

charter: In fact, the charter is not mentioned anywhere in the delegate's cover letter outlining the issues she considered or in the body of her decision, according to Vancouver Courier. This is so despite Mr. In a written decision dated July 13, Justice Ann Marie McDonald said a delegate of the public safety minister failed to consider the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and international law in arriving at her decision, despite being statutorily mandated to render a decision consistent with the charter.article continues below Trending Stories World Emoji Day Top 10 emojis that represent Vancouver Uncle Fester has bloomed and it's a big stinky deal for thousands of Vancouverites Scott Landon buys into CBC's Four Rooms Dunbar Camera retailer left enduring legacy Most blatantly, the delegate's decision discloses no indication that the delegate even considered the charter values, said McDonald, who does not name the delegate in her decision. Abdi's extensive submissions on the charter. The Canada Border Services Agency had detained the 24-year-old man after he served about five years in prison for multiple offences, including aggravated assault. Still, the threat of deportation remains for Abdi, who was never granted Canadian citizenship while growing up in foster care in Nova Scotia. ( As reported in the news.