1 The case of R v Big M Drug Mart Ltd (1985) (Can) (‘Big M’) is one of the most significant contributions of the Supreme Court of Canada (Cour suprême du Canada) ('SCC') to Canadian, comparative, and foreign domestic constitutional law. Most significantly, Big M articulated the constitutional meaning and purpose of freedom of conscience and religion or belief under section 2(a) Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms: 18 April 1982 (Part II Constitution Act, 1982) (Can) (‘Charter’). Big M further held that religious freedom under section 2(a) also entails a duty...
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