The Institute for Freedom and Justice was established to create and build an understanding of the foundation, spirit, philosophy, and legal force of our Canadian Constitution, including the Charter of Rights & Freedoms and the foundational principles that contribute to good governance and the promotion of our rights and freedoms as Canadians.
We aim to cultivate among all Canadians—but particularly the rising generation—an appreciation for the history, ideals, and continuing relevance of the foundational principles that are the cornerstones of Canadian democracy. To that end, we provide immersive, intensive, experiential educational programs for students; training, resources, and mentorship to new and aspiring government leaders; and we fund litigation that defends and upholds the guiding principles of the Canadian Constitution.
We immerse students and new and aspiring government leaders from around the country in the ideals and values of the Canadian Constitution and their relevance today, and the principles that contribute to good governance.
We provide resources, mentorship opportunities, and guidance to new and aspiring government leaders to help them understand the basic concepts of governance and government to support them in the interpretation and drafting of good policy.
We encourage all Canadians to defend the Constitution, to protect individual rights, and to celebrate our shared heritage of freedom. We fund litigation that defends and upholds these principles.
Our Letter Regarding the Public Order Emergency Commission
On January 27, 2023, the Institute for Freedom and Justice sent a letter to The Honourable Paul Rouleau requesting that he submit his final report of the Public Inquiry to the Governor in Council (GIC) and each House of Parliament simultaneously on the same day.
A copy of the full letter can be viewed by clicking the image below: