Vriend , M. v. H. , and Halpern 
promoted inclusiveness for gays and lesbians in many pieces of legislation, and encouraged greater participation in the political system of these groups.
Ref re Electoral Boundaries (Sask), 
allowed a 25% difference between the average constituency population, and a rural (smaller) and urban (larger) const. Population. Promotes inclusiveness for rural voters, but what about urban voters? Eg. of deference to legislature.
Native Rights Cases (inclusiveness and participation)
Marshall 1 & 2 (1999)
Haida Nation v. B.C. (2004)
all these decisions promoted greater respect for native peoples and their heritage, and therefore promoted higher levels of inclusiveness for native peoples in Canadian society, and participation in negotiating land claims, and hunting/fishing regulations.
To what extent has judicial interpretation of the Charter and the native rights sections of the Constitution Act, 1982, promoted the democratic goals of inclusiveness and participation? Should the courts have gone further in some areas? Did they go to far in some areas?
Essay question: Write a short essay on one of the following eight topics. The essay should be a maximum of four pages long (if single-spaced and you write 5 words per line; adjust according to your writing).
You will be graded according to the following rubric:
a) The extent to which you have developed an effective argument and have pursued it in a clear and well-organized fashion.
b) The extent to which you have demonstrated that you have read and understood the course materials relevant to your essay, and that you can analyze them carefully.