#1
Alrightly, this is it.... I basically got stuck with this case " Lovelace v. Ontario, [2000] 1 S.C.R" and the best link i can find is this one http://scc.lexum.umontreal.ca/en/2000/2000scc37/2000scc37.html and which I've read about a thousand times and i still don't understand it, and i have to describe the facts of the case by explaining the issues and who was involved. Then identify the Charter right(s) or freedom(s) argued in the case, including the section. Then after i have to Explain the ruling of the court. and then Summarize the reasons given for the decision. So if you don't mind giving me a hand and like gimme something to work off, it will be greatly appreciated.
#2
*shudders*
I've had to do one to many of these law cases at school for the past 2 years.

Look at the subheadings. "Factual and Contextual Background" is usually a description of what happened in order of how they occurred.

Charter rights...look where #33 is. Its sec 15 of the charter.

The ruling...just go slow and read through the analysis.