Charter Does Not Apply to University Outdoor Spaces

Posted by Johannes Schenk on April 19th, 2016 — Posted in Human Rights Law, Municipal Law

2016 BCCA 162 BC Civil Liberties Association v. University of Victoria concerns the application of the Canadian Charter of Right and Freedoms to pseudo-governmental decision making. In this case the BC Court of Appeal has said that the control of outdoor university space is not governed by charter considerations. The decision concerning the use of outdoor space was not governmental in nature and as such was not subject to the charter.

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