Do you have a Potential Case?

The CCF will address only the small number of potential cases which fit within our litigation priorities and which our limited resources allow.

We assist individuals whose freedoms have been violated by government, whether at the federal, provincial or municipal level.

Our litigation priorities are:

  • Individual Freedoms (Section 2 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms):
    • freedom of association
    • freedom of peaceful assembly
    • freedom of conscience and religion
    • freedom of expression, belief and opinion
  • Economic Liberty - the right to earn a living free from arbitrary interference from government; the basic human right to own and enjoy property.
    (Section 7 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms)
  • Equal Opportunity before the law for all individuals.
    (Section 15 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms)

The CCF will NOT consider the following cases:

  • Any situation in which both parties are private individuals or businesses:
    • landlord-tenant disputes, disagreements between consumers and businesses, and employer-employee conflicts.
    • Family law, divorce, maintenance or custody issues
    • employer-employee conflicts
  • Family law, divorce, maintenance or custody issues
  • Police and prisoner brutality claims, or
  • Criminal cases

If your situation meets the above criteria, please fill out our Potential Case Form: