What happens when you don’t have a Bill of Rights.
Actually, they do have the “Canadian charter of rights and freedoms” which fairly well mirrors the Bill of Rights and the freedom of religion, opinion, expression and press are clearly stated.
Canada does have a "bill of rights". It's called the charter of rights and freedoms.
What Canada doesn't have is court that MUST hear this persons case and the violation of his rights by this Saskatchewan human rights commision.
This person's only recourse now is to go to the UN human rights commission or whatever it's called and have Canada condemned, perhaps sent a strongly worded letter.
...or a 2nd Amendment...