What is standing to bring a Charter challenge?

Alberta, Canada

The following excerpt is from Peavine Métis Settlement v. Alberta (Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development), 2007 ABQB 517 (CanLII):

Standing to bring a Charter challenge may be gained as of right or in the public interest. Those who allege infringement of their individual rights, such as those under ss. 2(d), 7 and 15 of the Charter, acquire standing as of right: Kasko Estate v. Lethbridge Regional Hospital (2006), 393 A.R. 28, 2006 ABQB 280.

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