11Sep2010 Attorney General of Alberta c/o DirectorConstitutional and Aboriginal Law Section 4th Floor, Bowker Building9833 - 109 Street

Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2E8 Attn RE: As per: http://justice.alberta.ca/programs_services/law/Common_Questio ns_Library_Law/ConstitutionalChallengeToALaw.aspx/DispForm.asp x?ID=5 The written notice must include: 1. Which law or section of the law is being challenged; and 2. Reasonable details of your argument 1. Which law or section of the law is being challenged? Section 7 of Constitution of Canada, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Section 7 http://bit.ly/Sec7CdnCharter 2. Reasonable details of your argument I am challenging the bylaw on the following grounds: 1. The City does not have the jurisdiction to regulate activity pertaining to household food security, in this case exemplified by backyard chickens; Attorney General of Alberta Notice of Constitutional Challenge

2. The City & Canada (as a nation state signatory) are bound by the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights/Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 25, an international treaty entered into by Canada and of which Article 25 addresses an individual/family Right to Food; 3. The City of Calgary recognizes the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights/Universal Declaration of Human Rights and has passed the Fair Calgary Policy: Policy Title: Fair Calgary Policy Policy Number: CSPS034 Report Number: CPS2006-63, CPS2008-93 Approved by: City Council Effective Date: 2006 November 13th and amended 2008 November 24 Business Unit: Community and Neighbourhood Services http://www.calgary.ca/docgallery/bu/cityclerks/council_polici es/csps034.pdf 4. The City is bound by the Municipal Government Act of Alberta 5. The bylaw violates my Section 2(a), 2(b), 2(d), 7, 15 & 27 Charter Rights and other constitutional rights. Respectfully, Paul Hughes 1931-28St SW Calgary.Alberta.Canada T3E 2H1

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