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In Canada its less clear. Evidence obtained against Charter rights is allowed unless "admission of that evidence would bring the administration of justice into disrepute"
Unfortunately I believe the ruling would apply to the government only. The Constitution is to protect the People from their government.
To be fair
Not sure that's fair. As usual for these things, there might be well meaning individuals and systematic failures. From what I have seen of governments, the typical one is that 'do nothing/make no decision' is not regarded properly as a risk, making a decision is.
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