Parliament of Canada

The Constitution of Canada is not an instrument for the Government to restrain its people, it is an instrument for the People to restrain their government.

In a country, Law typically and exhaustively covers the complete system of law. The Constitution of Canada for example, a common law country with legislative practices in the English tradition of a Parliament, can modify the existing common law only to the extent of its express or implicit provision, but otherwise leaves the common law intact.

A code or act, which must find its source in Law, is developed, and used for simplicity. It replaces the common law in a particular area, leaving the common law inoperative unless and until the code is repealed.

Legislative Assembly of British Columbia

Unravel the complexities of provincial governing policies, processes, and procedures. How decisions are made, how policies are implemented, and how laws are enacted.

District of Sechelt

Advocating for the Transparency of Municipal Government

Discover the importance of a transparent governing council and accountability to the public trust.

Public Legal Education

MISSION STATEMENT: To promote peace and prosperity through public understanding of the Rule of Law and the principles and practice of Due Process.

Empowering the People with the knowledge with which to protect their rights and promote good governance.

Government of the People, by the People, for the People.

Canadian Center For Self Governance

Administrative Law

No administrative court supersedes the Constitution.

No administrative law can bind a citizen.

No administrative tribunal can be referred to as a court.

No administrative adjudicator can be referred to as a judge.

No administrative process or tribunal can describe its processes in terms such as order, subpoena, warrant, or the record. These are reserved for constitutional judiciary.


Public Law





Access to government departments

Duties and obligations

Private Law

Tort - Civil and Common - Intentional Negligence

Contract - Meeting of the minds

Governs actions and activities of individuals

Implied and explicit consent

Duty of care

Judicial Review

All legislation is judiciable


The Constitution of Canada

The Bill of Rights 1960

The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms