The Canadian Charter of Rights & Freedoms might on first glance might seem like a dry watering hole for ideas aimed at stimulating a landmark sculpture for a major site in the heart of Toronto. However, like many major cities in the West, the cultural warp and weft of society is clearly visible within the street-scape and cultural fabric of Ontario society and the Charter recognizes the rights of these citizens.
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Published inInternational Journal of History and Cultural Studies
Pages14 - 18
CitationATKIN, J., 2018. Access to Justice: McMurtry Gardens of Justice. International Journal of History and Cultural Studies, 4 (3), pp.14-18
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