Section 29 Constitution Act 1982 (Charter of Rights and Freedoms)

OTHER CANADIAN LAWS 1. Rights and freedoms in Canada. 2. Fundamental freedoms. 3. Democratic rights of citizens. 4. Maximum duration of legislative bodies. 5. Annual sitting of legislative bodies. 6. Mobility of citizens. 7. Life, liberty and security of person. 8. Search or seizure. 9. Detention or imprisonment. 10. Arrest or detention. 11. Proceedings in criminal and penal matters. 12. Treatment or punishment. 13. Self-crimination. 14. Interpreter. 15. Equality before and under law and equal protection and benefit of law. 16. Official languages of Canada. 16.1. English and French linguistic communities in New Brunswick. 17. Proceedings of Parliament. 18. Parliamentary statutes and records. 19. Proceedings in courts established by Parliament. 20. Communications by public with federal institutions. 21. Continuation of existing constitutional provisions. 22. Rights and privileges preserved. 23. Language of instruction. 24. Enforcement of guaranteed rights and freedoms. 25. Aboriginal rights and freedoms not affected by Charter. 26. Other rights and freedoms not affected by Charter. 27. Multicultural heritage. 28. Rights guaranteed equally to both sexes. 29. Rights respecting certain schools preserved. 30. Application to territories and territorial authorities. 31. Legislative powers not extended. 32. Application of Charter. 33. Exception where express declaration. 34. Citation. 35. Recognition of existing aboriginal and treaty rights. 35.1. Commitment to participation in constitutional conference. 36. Commitment to promote equal opportunities. 37. Repealed. 38. General procedure for amending Constitution of Canada. 39. Restriction on proclamation. 40. Compensation. 41. Amendment by unanimous consent. 42. Amendment by general procedure. 43. Amendment of provisions relating to some but not all provinces. 44. Amendments by Parliament. 45. Amendments by provincial legislatures. 46. Initiation of amendment procedures. 47. Amendments without Senate resolution. 48. Advice to issue proclamation. 49. Constitutional conference. 50. Section 92A, Constitution Act, 1867 51. Sixth Schedule, Constitution Act, 1867 52. Primacy of Constitution of Canada. 53. Repeals and new names. 54. Repeal and consequential amendments. 55. French version of Constitution of Canada. 56. English and French versions of certain constitutional texts. 57. English and French versions of this Act. 58. Commencement. 59. Commencement of paragraph 23(1)(a) in respect of Quebec. 60. Short title and citations. 61. References Schedule (Not available)

Section 29 Constitution Act 1982

Section 29 Constitution Act 1982 is about Rights respecting certain schools preserved. It is under Part I (Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms) and ‘General’ of the Act.

Rights respecting certain schools preserved

Nothing in this Charter abrogates or derogates from any rights or privileges guaranteed by or under the Constitution of Canada in respect of denominational, separate or dissentient schools.

See also:

Section 28 Constitution Act 1982

Section 27 Constitution Act 1982

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