As an adolescent ethnic student living in Canada, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms means a lot to me in my daily life. The Charter’s components, particularly section 2, Fundamental Freedoms, section 6, Mobility Rights, and section 15, Equality Rights, have allowed my family, friends, and I to live freely and co-exist peacefully. However, it has shown how these simple rights and freedoms we have can easily be restricted, limited, or even fall apart during this pandemic. In my visual representation on the left side of the page, it has drawings of religious symbols to illustrate section 2(a). In Canada, we can have the freedom of religion without being looked down on. Multicoloured fists raised in the air illustrate section 2(c) and section 15(1), wherein Canada allows different ethnicities and sexual orientations to come together as one to live in harmony. It also shows how we can also protest for the things we think are not right. The right side of the page shows hands held in a square covered by a word called “shattering” to illustrate section 15(1), wherein in Canada before the pandemic, everyone was treated the same. However, the pandemic shows that this equality we have in Canada is now falling apart or shattering because of the discrimination occurring, especially to the Asian community. Some people think that every Asian caused COVID and started this pandemic. Additionally, a praying hand covered by a word called “closed” to illustrate section 2 (a), wherein Canada before the pandemic, churches were open, and everyone can celebrate mass. However, now because of the pandemic, it is closed, so now, different religions may not celebrate mass in person but online. Although we may still have church online, we are still missing things we would normally do in person, so it is not the same. Next, I drew an airplane covered by “essential only” to illustrate section 6(1); wherein Canada we can leave, enter, and remain in this country how we would like, even so, because of the pandemic, airplane flights are now restricted to essential only. Lastly, two people are standing apart from each other signifying section 2(d), wherein in Canada, we could always hang out, party, and have fun with friends and family. Although, with the pandemic, we cannot even see each other anymore.