Under what conditions do we accept that a Canadian citizen can lose their rights in this country? Well, you can lose your freedom if you commit a crime. You can lose some of your property to cover your debts, or you can be forced to surrender some part of your private property to pay taxes at a level that is agreeable in a democratic society. (Regardless of the hysterical rantings of the Fraser Institute.) I suppose in Canada, your right to free speech is limited by libel laws and the US-phrase: "Can't shout 'fire' in a crowded theatre."
And, of course, you can be expected to surrender many of your rights (privacy, free speech, freedom of movement, religious freedom, control over your actions) when you go to your place of work.
If you don't like that, you can starve. Or, realistically, you can go on welfare, and be abused and mocked and scorned by government service agencies that will try to compell you back to another workplace to surrender your rights to, ... or by people in the wider society who have swallowed their pride and submitted themselves to the tyranny of the workplace, so why can't you? Work hard, study, and you might get a job that allows you your rights so long as the boss is a benevolent dictator, or so long as you're valuable enough that they tolerate your limited use of your human rights.
Of course, spending the majority of your waking hours in a position of subordination to a boss is going to have an effect on your behaviour as a citizen. And thank God, say the masters and their political hirelings! You'll have a mentality of compliance and submission ingrained into you. Accept what you're told. Do as you're told.
But don't worry. When you're not at work, but out shopping, or dining, or vacationing, the advertisors have told you you're a king or a queen. So treat those people paid to serve you as they deserve.
Is this a great world or what?