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From Criminal Law Notebook
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Reference Materials

Topic Index

Volume I: Criminal Law

Volume II: Evidence

Basic Principles

Forms of Evidence

Limits on the Admissibility of Evidence


Volume III: Search and Seizure

Seizure and Forfeiture Powers

Exclusion of Evidence

Appendix

Volume IV: Procedure and Practice

Arrest, Detention and Release

The Parties in a Proceeding

Disclosure

Courts and Charges

Pre-Hearing Stages

Substantive Hearings

Mental Health Issues

Youth Procedure

Appeals

Appendix

Volume V: Sentencing

Principles and Factors

Tools of Sentencing: Available Sentences

Tools of Sentencing: Ancillary Orders

Procedure

Serving Sentences and Afterwards

Young Offenders

Military

Appendix

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Table of Concordance (Criminal Code)

Versions

There are six versions of the Criminal Code since its inception:

  • Criminal Code, 1892, S.C. 1892, c. 29
  • Criminal Code, R.S.C. 1906, c. 146
  • Criminal Code, R.S.C. 1927, c. 36
  • Criminal Code, S.C. 1953-54, c. 51
  • Criminal Code, R.S.C. 1970, c. C-34
  • Criminal Code, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-46

1970 to 1985

Table of Concordance for the Criminal Code.

R.S.C. 1970 c. C-34 R.S.C. 1985 c. C-46
1 1
2 2
2.1 3
Part I Part I
3(1) 4
3(2) 4(1)
3(3) 4(2)
3(4) 4(3)
3(5) 4(4)
3(6) 4(5)
3(7) 4(6)
3(8) 4(7)
4 5
5 6
6 7
6(1.1) 7(2)
6(1.2) 7(3)
6(1.3) 7(3.1)
6(1.4) 7(3.2)
6(1.5) 7(3.3)
6(1.6) 7(3.4)
6(1.7) 7(3.5)
6(1.8) 7(3.6)
6(1.9) 7(3.7)
6(1.91) 7(3.71)
6(1.92) 7(3.72)
6(1.93) 7(3.73)
6(1.94) 7(3.74)
6(1.95) 7(3.75)
6(1.96) 7(3.76)
6(1.97) 7(3.77)
6(2) 7(4)
6(3) 7(5)
6(3.1) 7(5.1)
6(4) 7(6)
6(5) 7(7)
6(6) 7(8)
6(7) 7(9)
6(8) 7(10)
6(9) 7(11)
7 8
7(1)(a) 8(1)(b)
7(1)(b) 8(1)(a)
8 9
9 10
10 11
11 12
12 13
13 -
14-45 14-45
Part II Part II
46-55 46-55
56 -
57 56
58 57
59 58
60 59
61 60
62 61
63 62
64 63
65 64
66 65
67 66
68 67
69 68
70 69
71 70
72 71
73 72
74 73
75 74
76 75
76.1 76
76.2 77
76.3 78
77 79
78 80
79 81
80 82
81 83
Part II.1 Part III
82 84
83 85
84 86
85 87
86 88
87 89
88 90
89 91
90 92
91 93
92 94
93 95
94 96
95 97
96 98
97 99
98 100
99 101
100 102
101 103
102 104
103 105
104 106
105 107
106 108
106.1 109
106.2 110
106.3 111
106.4 112
106.5 113
106.6 114
106.7 115
106.8 116
106.9 117
Part III Part IV
107 118
108 119
109 120
110 121
111 122
112 123
113 124
114 125
115 126
116 127
117 128
118 129
119 130
120 131
121 132
122 133
122.1 134
123 135
124 136
125 137
126 138
127 139
128 140
129 141
130 142
131 143
132 144
133 145
134 146
135 147
136 148
137 149
Part IV Part V
138 150
139 150.1
140 151
141 152
142 to 145 -
146 153
147 154
148-149 -
150 155
151 156
152 157
153 158
154 159
155 160
156 -
157 161
158 162
159 163
160 164
161 165
162 166
163 167
164 168
165 169
166 170
167 171
168 172
169 173
170 174
171 175
172 176
173 177
174 178
175 179
176 180
177 181
178 182
Part IV.1 Part VI
178.1 183
178.11 184
178.12 185
178.13 186
178.14 187
178.15 188
187.16 189
178.17 190
178.18 191
178.19 192
178.2 193
178.21 194
178.22 195
R.S.C. 1970 c. C-34 R.S.C. 1985 c. C-46
178.23 196
Part V Part VII
179 197
180 198
181 199
182-183 -
184 200
185 201
186 202
187 203
188 204
188.1 205
189 206
190 207
191 208
192 209
193 210
194 211
195 212
195.1 213
Part VI Part VIII
196 214
197 215
198 216
199 217
200 218
201 -
202 219
203 220
204 221
205 222
206 223
207 224
208 225
209 226
210 227
221 228
212 229
213 230
214 231
215 232
216 233
217 234
218 235
219 236
220 237
221 238
222 239
223 240
224 241
225 -
226 242
227 243
228 244, 244.1
229 245
230 246
231 247
232 248
233 249
234 250
235 251
236 252
237 253
238 254
239 255
240 256
240.1 257
241 258
242 259
243 260
243.1 261
243.2 262
243.3 263
243.4 264.1
244 265
245 266
245.1 267
245.2 268
245.3 269
245.4 269.1
246 270
246.1 271
246.2 272
246.3 273
246.4 274
246.5 275
246.6 276
246.7 277
246.8 278
247 279
247.1 279.1
248 -
249 280
250 281
250.1 282
250.2 283
250.3 284
250.4 285
250.5 286
251 287
252 288
253 289
254 290
255 291
256 292
257 293
258 294
259 295
260 296
261 297
262 298
263 299
264 300
265 301
266 302
267 303
268 304
269 305
270 306
271 307
272 308
273 309
274 310
275 311
276 312
277 313
278 314
279 315
280 316
281 317
281.1 318
281.2 319
281.3 320
Part VII Part IX
282 321
283 322
284 323
285 324
286 325
287 326
287.1 327
288 328
289 329
290 330
291 331
292 332
293 333
294 334
295 335
296 336
297 337
298 338
299 339
300 340
301 341
301.1 342
301.2 342.1
302 343
303 344
304 345
305 346
305.1 347
306 348
307 349
308 350
309 351
310 352
311 353
312 354
313 355
314 356
315 357
316 358
317 359
318 360
319 361
320 362
321 363
322 364
323 365
324 366
325 367
326 368
327 369
328 370
329 371
330 372
331 373
332 374
333 375
334 376
335 377
336 378
Part VIII Part X
337 379
338 380
339 381
340 382
341 383
342 384
343 385
R.S.C. 1970 c. C-34 R.S.C. 1985 c. C-46
344 386
345 387
346 388
347 389
348 390
349 391
350 392
351 393
352 394
353 395
354 396
355 397
356 398
357 399
358 400
359 401
360 402
361 403
362 404
363 405
364 406
365 407
366 408
367 409
368 410
369 411
370 412
371 413
372 414
373 415
374 416
375 417
376 418
377 419
378 420
379 421
380 422
381 423
381.1 424
382 425
383 426
384 427
Part IX Part XI
385 428
386 429
387 430
387.1 431
388 432
389 433
390 434
391 435
392 436
393 437
394 438
395 439
396 440
397 441
398 442
399 443
400 444
401 445
402 446
403 447
404 -
405 -
Part X Part XII
406 448
407 449
408 450
409 451
410 452
411 453
412 454
413 455
414 456
415 457
416 458
417 459
418 460
419 461
420 462
Part X.1 Part XII.1
420.1 462.1
420.2 462.2
Part X.1 Part XII.2
420.1 462.3
420.11 462.31
420.12 462.32
420.13 462.33
420.14 462.34
420.15 462.35
420.16 462.36
420.17 462.37
420.18 462.38
420.19 462.39
420.2 462.4
420.21 462.41
420.22 462.42
420.23 462.43
420.24 462.44
420.25 462.45
420.26 462.46
420.27 462.47
420.28 462.48
420.29 462.49
420.3 462.5
Part XI Part XIII
421 463
422 464
423 465
423(1)(c) -
423(1)(d) 465(1)(c)
423(1)(e) 465(1)(d)
423(2) 465(2)
423(3) 465(3)
423(4) 465(4)
423(5) 465(5)
- 465(6)
423(6) 465(7)
424 466
425 467
Part XII Part XIV
426 468
427 469
428 470
429 471
429.1 472
430 473
431 474
431.1 475
432 476
433 477
- 477.1
- 477.2
- 477.3
- 477.4
434 478
435 479
436 480
437 481
438 482
438(1.1) 482(2)
438(2) 482(3)
438(3) -
438(4) 482(4)
438(5) 482(5)
Part XIII Part XV
439 483
440 484
440.1 485
440.2 485.1
442 486
442(1) 486(1) to (1.4)
442(2.1) 486(2.1)
442(2.2) 486(2.2)
442(3) 486(3)
442(3.1) 486(4)
442(4) 486(5)
442(5) 486(6)
443 487
- 487.01
- 487.02
- 487.03
- 487.04
- 487.05
- 487.051
- 487.052
- 487.053
- 487.054
- 487.055
- 487.056
- 487.057
- 487.058
- 487.06
- 487.07
- 487.071
- 487.08
- 487.09
- 487.091
- 487.092
- 487.0
443.1 487.1
443.2 487.2
444 488
444.1 488.1
445 489
445.1 489.1
446 490
446.1 491
446.2 491.1
446.3 491.2
447 492
- 492.1
- 492.2
Part XIV Part XVI
448 493
449 494
450 495
451 496
452 497
453 498
R.S.C. 1970 c. C-34 R.S.C. 1985 c. C-46
453.1 499
453.2 500
453.3 501
453.4 502
454 503
455 504
455.1 505
455.2 506
455.3 507
455.4 508
455.5 509
455.6 510
456 511
456.1 512
456.2 513
456.3 514
457 515
457.1 516
457.2 517
457.3 518
457.4 519
457.5 520
457.6 521
457.7 522
457.8 523
458 524
459 525
459.1 526
460 527
461 528
462 529
Part XIV.1 Part XVII
462.1 530
462.11 530.1
462.2 531
462.3 532
462.4 533
Part XV Part XVIII
463 535
464 536
465 537
466 538
467 539
468 540
469 541
470 542
471 543
471.1 544
472 545
473 546
474 547
474.1 547.1
475 548
476 549
477 550
478 551
479 -
480 -
481 -
Part XVI Part XIX
482 552
483 553
484 554
485 555
486 556
487 557
488 558
489 559
490 560
491 561
492 562
493 563
494 564
495 565
496 566
497 567
498 568
499 569
500 570
501 571
502 572
503 573
Part XVII Part XX
504 574
505 575
506 576
507 577
507.1 578
508 579
- 579.1
509 580
510 581
511 582
512 583
513 584
514 585
515 586
516 587
517 588
518 589
519 590
520 591
521 592
522 593
523 594
524 595
525 596
526 597
526.1 598
527 599
528 600
529 601
530 602
531 603
532 604
533 605
533.1 625.1
534 606
535 607
536 608
537 609
538 610
539 611
540 612
541 613
542 614
543 615
544 616
545 617
546 618
547 619
548 620
549 621
550 622
551 623
552 624
553 625
553.1 625.1
554 626
555 627
556 -
557 628
558 629
559 630
560 631
561 632
562 633
563 634
564 635
565 636
566 637
567 638
568 639
569 640
570 641
571 642
572 643
573 644
574 645
575 646
576 647
576.1 648
576.2 649
577 650
578 651
579 652
580 653
581 654
582 655
583 656
584 657
584.1 657.1
585 658
586 659
587 660
588 661
589 662
590 663
591 664
592 665
593 666
594 667
595 668
596 669
597 669.1
597.1 669.2
- 669.3
598 670
599 671
600 672
- Part XX.1
- 672.1 to 672.95
Part XVIII Part XXI
601 673
602 674
603 675
604 -
605 676
606 677
607 678
_ _
R.S.C. 1970 c. C-34 R.S.C. 1985 c. C-46
607.1 678.1
608 679
608.1 680
608.2 681
609 682
610 683
611 684
612 685
613 686
614 687
615 688
616 689
617 690
618 691
619 -
620 692
621 693
622 694
622.1 694.1
622.2 694.2
623 695
624 696
625 697
626 698
627 699
628 700
- 700.1
629 701
- 701.1
630 702
631 703
631.1 703.1
631.2 703.2
632 704
633 705
634 706
635 707
636 708
- 708.1
637 709
638 710
639 711
640 712
641 713
- 713.1
642 714
- 714.1
- 714.2
- 714.3
- 714.4
- 714.5
- 714.6
- 714.7
- 714.8
643 715
643.1 715.1
- 715.2
Part XX Part XXIII
644 716
645 717
646 718
646.1 718.1
647 719
648 720
649 721
650 722
651 723
652 724
653 725
654 726
655 727
656 728
657 729
658 730
659 731
660 732
660.1 733
661 734
662 735
662.1 736
663 737
664 738
665 739
666 740
667 741
668 741.1
- 741.2
669 742
- 742.1
670 743
- 743.1
671 744
- 744.1
672 745
673 746
674 747
675 to 681 -
682 748
683 549
685 750
686 751
Part XXI PartXXIV
687 752
- 752.01
- 752.1
688 753
- 753.1
- 753.2
- 753.3
- 753.4
689 754
690 755
691 756
692 757
693 758
694 759
695 760
695.1 761
Part XXII Part XXV
696 762
697 763
698 764
699 765
700 766
701 767
701.1 767.1
702 768
703 769
704 770
705 771
706 772
707 773
Part XXIII Part XXVI
720 785
721 786
722 787
723 788
724 789
725 790
726 791
727 -
728 792
729 793
730 794
731 795
732 796
732.1 797
733 798
734 799
735 800
736 801
737 802
- 802.1
738 803
739 804
740 805
741 806
742 807
743 808
744 809
745 810
810.01
810.1
- 810.2
746 811
747 812
748 813
749 814
750 815
751 -
752 816
752.1 817
752.2 818
752.3 819
753 820
754 821
755 822
755.1 823
756 824
757 825
758 826
759 827
760 828
761 829
762 830
763 831
764 832
765 833
766 834
767 835
768 836
769 837
770 838
771 839
772 840
Part XXV Part XXVIII
773 841
Forms 1 and 2 Forms 1 and 2
Forms 3 Forms 3
_ _
_ _

1953 to 1970

1953-54, c. 51 R.S.C. 1970 c. C-34
1 same
2 same
3 same
4 same
5 same
5A(1) 6(1)
5A(1a) 6(2)
5A(2) 6(3)
5A(2a) 6(4)
5A(3) 6(5)
5A(4) 6(6)
6 7(1)
7(1) 7(2)
7(2) 7(3)
8 to 98 same
98A 99
98B 100
98C 101
98D 102
98E 103
98F 104
98G 105
98H 106
99 107
100 108
101 109
102 110
103 111
104 112
105 113
106 114
107 115
108 116
109 117
110 118
111 119
112 120
113 121
114 122
115 123
116 124
117 125
118 126
119 127
120 128
121 129
122 130
123 131
124 132
125 133
126 134
127 135
128 136
129 137
130 138
131 139
132 140
133 141
134 142
135 143
136 144
137 145
138 146
139 147
140 148
141 149
142 150
143 151
144 152
145 153
146 154
147 155
148 156
149 157
149A 158
150 159
150A 160
150B 161
151 162
152 163
153 164
154 165
155 166
156 167
157 168
158 169
159 170
160 171
161 172
162 173
163 174
164 175
165 176
166 177
167 178
168 179
169 180(1)
170 180(2)
171 181
172 182(1)
173 182(2)
174 183
175 184
176 185
177 186
177A 187
178 188
179(1) to (7) 189(1) to (7)
179(8)* 189(8)
179A 190
180 191
181 192
182 193
183 194
184 195
185 196
186 197
187 198
188 199
189 200
190 201
191 202
192 203
193 204
194 205
195 206
196 207
197 208
198 209
199 210
200 211
201 212
202 213
202A 214
203 215
204 216
205 217
206 218
207 219
208 220
209 221
210 222
1953-54, c. 51 R.S.C. 1970 c. C-34
211 223
212 224
213 225
214 226
215 227
216 228
217 229
218 230
219 231
220 232
221 233
222 234
223 235
224 236
224A 237
225 238
226 239
226A 240
227 241
228 242
229 243
230 244
231 245
232 246
233 247
234 248
235 249
236 250
237 251
238 252
239 253
240 254
241 255
242 256
243 257
244 258
245 259
246 260
247 261
248 262
249 263
250 264
251 265
252 266
253 267
254 268
255 269
256 270
257 271
258 272
259 273
260 274
261 275
262 276
263 277
264 278
265 279
266 280
267 281
267A 281.1
267B 281.2
267C 281.3
268 282
269 283
270 284
271 285
272 286
273 287
274 288
275 289
276 290
277 291
278 292
279 293
280 294
281 295
282 296
283 297
284 298
285 299
286 300
287 301
288 302
289 303
290 304
291 305
292 306
293 307
294 308
295 309
295A 310
295B 311
296 312
297 313
298 314
299 315
300 316
301 317
302 318
303 319
304 320
305 321
306 -
307 322
308 323
309 324
310 325
311 326
312 327
313 328
314 329
315 330
316 331
317 332
318 333
319 334
320 335
321 336
322 337
323 338
324 339
325 340
326 341
327 342
328 343
329 344
330 345
331 346
332 347
333 348
334 349
335 350
336 351
337 352
338 353
339 354
340 355
341 356
342 357
343 358
344 359
345 360
1953-54, c. 51 R.S.C. 1970 c. C-34
346 361
347 362
348 363
349 364
350 365
351 366
352 367
353 368
354 369
355 370
356 371
357 372
358 373
359 374
360 375
361 376
362 377
363 378
364 379
365 380
366 381
367 382
368 383
369 384
370 385
371 386
372 387
373 388
374 389
375 390
376 391
377 392
378 393
379 394
380 395
381 396
382 397
383 398
384 399
385 400
386 401
387 402
388 403
389 404
390 405
391 406
392 407
393 408
394 409
395 410
396 411
397 412
398 413
399 414
400 415
401 416
402 417
403 418
404 419
405 420
406 421
407 422
408 423
409 424
410 425
411 -
412 -
413(1) 426
413(2) 427
414 428
415 429
416 -
417 430
418 431
419 432
420 433
421 434
421A 435
422 436
423 437
424 438
425 439
426 440
427 441
428 442
429 443
430 444
431 445
432 446
433 447
434 448
435 449
436 450
437 451
438 452
439 453
440 454
441(1) to (3) 455(1) to (3)
441(4), (5) repealed
441(6) 455(4)
442 456
443 457
444 458
445 459
446 460
447 461
448 462
449 463
450 464
451 465
452 466
452A 467
453 468
454 469
455 470
456 471
457 472
458 473
459 474
460 475
460A 476
461 477
462 478
463 479
464 480
465 481
466 482
467 483
468 484
469 485
470 486
471 487
472 488
473 489
474 490
474A 491
475 492
475A 493
476 494
477 495
478 496
479 497
1953-54, c. 51 R.S.C. 1970 c. C-34
480 498
481 499
482 500
483 501
484 502
485 503
486 504
487 505
488 506
489 507
490 508
491 509
492 510
492A 511
493 512
494 513
495 514
496 515
497 516
498 517
499 518
500 519
501 520
502 521
503 522
504 523
505 524
506 525
507 526
508 527
509 528
510 529
511 530
512 531
513 532
514 533
515 534(*)
516 535
517 536
518 537
519 538(*)
520 539
521 540
522 541
523 542
524 543(*)
525 544
526 545
527 546
527A 547
528 548
529 549(*)
530 550
531 551
532 552
533 553
534 554
535 555
536 556
537 557
538 558
539 559
540 560
541 561
542 562
543 563
544 564
545 565
546 566
547 567
548 568
549 569
550 570
551 571
552 572
553 573
554 574
555 575
556 576
557 577
558 578(*)
559 579
560 580
561 581
562 582
563 583
564 584
565 585
566 586
567 587
568 588
569 589(*)
570 590
571 591
572 592
573 593
574 594
575 595
576 596
577 597
578 598
579 599
580 600
581 601
582 602
583 603
583A 604
584 605
585 606
586 607
587 608
588 609
589 610
590 611
591 612
592 613
593 614
594 615
595 616
596 617
597 618
597A 619
597B 620
598 621
599 622
600 623
601 624
602 625
603 626
604 627
605 628
606 629
607 630
608 631
609 632
610 633
611 634
611A 635
612 636
613 637
614 638
615 639
1953-54, c. 51 R.S.C. 1970 c. C-34
616 640
617 641
618 642
619 643
620 644
621 645
622 646
623(1) 647
623(2) -
623A 648
624 649
625 650
626 651(*)
627 652
628 653
629 654
630 655
631 656
632 657
633 658
634 659
635 660
636 661
637 662
638 663
639 664
640 665
640A 666
640B 667
641 668
642 669
642A 670
643 671
644 672
645 673
646 674
647 675
648 676
649 677
650 678
651 679
652 680
653 681
654 682
655 683
656 684
657 685
658 686
659 687
660 688(*)
661 689(*)
662 690
662A 691
663 692
664 -
665(1) -
665(2) 693
666 694
667 695(*)
668 696
669 697
670 698
671 699
672 700
673 701
674 702
675 703
676 704
677 705
678 706
679 707
680 708
681 709
682 710
683 711
684 712
685 713
686 714
687 715
688 716
689 717
690 718
691 719
692 720
693 721
694 722
695 723
696 724
697 725
698 726
699 727
700 728
701 729
702 730
703 731
704 732
705 733
706 734
707 735
708 736
709 737
710 738
711 739
712 740
713 741
714 742
715 743
716 744
717 745
718 746
719 747(*)
720 748
721 749
722 750(*)
723 751
724 752
725 753
726 754
727 755
728 756
729 757
730 758
731 759(*)
732 760
733 761
734 762
735 763
736 764
737 765
738 766
739 767
740 768
741 769
742 770
743 771
744 772
745 to 752 -
753 773
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1927 to 1955


RSC, 1927, c. 36 1953-54, c. 51
1 1
2(1) 2(1)
2(2) 2(2)
2(3) removed
2(4) 2(3)
2(4)(a) 2(4)
2(5) 2(5)
2(6) removed
2(7) 2(9)
2(8) 391(d)
2(9) removed
2(9)(a) 168(1)(e)
2(10) removed
2(11) 2(12)
2(12) 2(13)
2(13) 2(15)
2(14) 2(16)
2(15) 2(17)
2(16) removed
2(16)(a) 2(19)
2(17) 2(20) and 2(8)
2(18) removed
2(19) 2(21)
2(20) removed
2(20)(a) 2(23)
2(21) 2(24)
2(22) 2(26)
2(23) 247 and
421(4)
2(24) 2(28) and 2(11)
2(25) 2(29)
2(26) removed
2(27) 2(30)
2(28) 2(22)
2(29) 2(31)
2(30) 2(31)(2)
2(31) 2(32)
2(32) 2(34)
2(33) 2(35)
2(34) 2(36)
2(35) removed
2(36) 2(43)
2(37) removed
2(38) 2(38)
2(39) 2(39)
2(40) 2(40)
2(41) 410(2)
2(42) 2(41)
2(43) 2(42)
2(44) 2(43)
2(45) 2(44)
2(2) 3(1)
3 3(2)
4 3(3)
5 3(4) and 485
6 3(5)
7 3(6)
8 4
9 6
10
11
12
7
13 10
14 removed
15 11
16 7(2)
17 12
18 13
19 16
20 17
21 18
22 19
23
24
25
26
27
25
28 28
29 25
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
25
38 removed
39 25
40 29
41
42
43
44
45
25
46 30
47 31
48
49
50
51
32
52 27
53(1) and (2) 34
53(3) 36
54(1) 35
54(2) 36
55 37
56 38
57
58
39
59
60
40
61 41
62 42
63 43
64 44
65 45
66 26
67 14
68 15
69 21 and 407
70 22
71 23
72 24
73 Rep. 1943-44, c. 23 s. 3
74(1) 46(1) and (2)
74(2) 47(1)
75 46(3)
76 50
77 46(1)
78 46(1)
79 51
80 49
81 53
82 54
83 56
84 57
85
86
Rep. 1939, c. 49 s. 15
87 64
88 65
89 67
90 66
91 68
92 69
93 33
94 70
95 110
96
97
372
98 Rep. 1936, c. 29, s. 1
99 71
100 160
101 72
102 73
103
104 74
105 removed
106 81(1)
107
108
109
110
removed
111 78
112 79
113 79
114 80
115 82
116 83
117 84
118 85(1)
119 86
120 88
121 89
122 90
123 91
124 93
125 94
126 95
127 96
128 97
129 98
130
131
132
removed
132A 63
133<Bf>133A 61
134 62
135 removed
136 166
137 75
138 76
139 75
140 removed
141 Rep. 1951, c. 47 s. 10
142 to 154 Rep. 1950, c. 11 s. 4
155 99
156 100(1)
157 101
158 102
159 654
160 103
161 104
162 105 and 654
163 106
164 107
165 108
166 109
167<bf>168 110
169 111
170 99 and 112
171 99
172 113(1)
173 114
174 113(1)
175
176
114
177 117
178 408(b)
179 118
180 119
181 removed
182 122
183 123
184 removed
185 125
186 128
197
188
124
189 125
190 125
191
192
127
193
194
195
126
196 129
197 130
198 246
199
200
201
161
202 147
203 removed
204 142
205 158
205A 159
206 149
207 150
207A 151
208 152
209(a), (b) 153
209(c) 324
210 131(3)
211(1) 143
211(2) 131(3)
211(3) removed
212 144
213 131(4), 145
214(1) 146
214(2) 131(2)
215(1) 155
215(2), (5), (6) 157
215(7) 133
216 184(1), (2)
217 156
218 408(c)
219 140
220 removed
221
222
165
222A removed
222B 160(a)
RSC, 1927, c. 36 1953-54, c. 51
223 removed
224 removed
225 168(1)(b)
226
227
168(1)(b), (c), (d), (h), (i) and 168(2), (4)
228 176(2)
? 182(2)
229(1) 176(1)
229(2) 182
229(3) 168(1)(h)
229(4) 182(2)
229(5) removed
229(6) 182(4)
229(7) 182(3)
229(8) 183
230 175
231 326(1)
231A 327
232
233
removed
234 180
235(1) 177
235(2) to (6) 178
236 179
237 167
238(a) 164(a)
238(b) removed
238(c) 160(b)
238(d) 164(b)
238(e) 160(c)
238(f) Rep. 1947, c. 55 s. 5
238(g) 160(d)
238(h) 372
238(i) 164(c)
238(j) 164(d)
238(k) 164(e)
239 164(2)
240 185
241
242
186
243 190
244 186 and 190
245 189
246 187
247 191
248 188
249 190
250 194(1)
251 195
252 194(2) to (5)
253 194(6)
254 198
255 200
256 199
257 196
258 197
259 201
260 202
261 203
262(1) 205
262(2) 204
263 206
264 210
265 316
266(a) 408(a)
266(b) 407
267 211
268 207
268A 208
269 212
270 213
271 214
272 215
273 216
274 231(2)
275 removed
276 218
277
278
217
279 78
280 79
281 219
282 220
283
284
193
285(1) 221(1)
285(2) 221(2) and (3)
285(3) 281
285(4) 222
285(4)(a) 223
285(4)(b) to (e) 224
285(5) 226
285(6) 221(1)
285(7), (8) 225
285(9) 2(18)
286 227
287 228
288
289
229(1) and (2)
290 230
291 231(1)
292(a) and (b) 141(1)
292(c) 231(2)
293 148
294 132
295 231(2)
296 232
297 233
298(1) 135
298(2) 139
299 136
300 137
301(1) to (3) 138
301(4) 131(4)
302 removed
303
304
237
305 238
306 209
307 239
308 240
309(1) 241(1)
309(2) 242
310 243(1)
311 244
312 245
313 234
314 removed
315 235
316 236
317 248
318 249
319 262
320 255
321 256
322 257
323 258
324 259
325 260
326 265
327 263
328 264
329 253
330 254
331 261
332 252
333 250
334 251
335(1)(a), (b) and (c) removed
335(1)(d) 268(a)
335(1)(e), (f) removed
335(1)(g) 2(14)
335(1)(h) 168(b)
335(1)(i) removed
335(1)(j), (k) and (l) 268(c), (d), (e)
335(1)(m) removed
335(1)(n) removed
335(1)(o) 322(a)
335(1)(p), (q), (r) removed
335(1)(s) 268(f)
335(1)(t), (u) removed
335(1)(v) removed
335(1)(w) removed
335(1)(x) 322(b)
335(1)(y) removed
336 removed
337 removed
338 removed
339 2(14)
340 294
341
342
351
343 removed
344 269
345 269(5)
346 270(1)
347 269(1) to (4)
348 271
349(1) 272
349(2) removed
350 removed
351 273
352 274
353 removed
354 275
355 276
356 277
357 278
358
359
360
361
362
363
removed
364
365
298(1)
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
removed
378(1) removed
378(2) 279
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
removed
386
387
280
388 removed
389 removed
390 282
391 283
392 284(1)
393 386
394 285(1) and (6)
395 removed
396 286
397 287
398 299
399 296 and 297
400 298(1)
401 removed
402 300
403 removed
404 303
405(1) 304(1)(a)
405(2) 304(1)(b)
405(3) 304(4)
405A 58
405B 59
405C 58
406(1) 305
406(2) 306(1) and (2)
406(3) 306(3) and (4)
407(1) removed
407(2)(a) 304(1)(c)
407(2)(b) 304(1)(d)
407(3) 307
408 346
409 347
410 346
411 348
412(1), (2) 336
412(3) 344
413 340
414 343
415 340
415A(b), (c) 341
415A(a), (d), (e) removed
416 342
417(a), (b) 335
417(c) 345
418 340
419 328
420 329
421 330
422
443
removed
424(1), (6) 337
424(2) to (5) removed
424A 339
425 331
426 332
427 333
428 334
429 removed
RSC, 1927, c. 36 1953-54, c. 51
430 358
430(1) to (3) removed
430(4) 285(2)
432 359
433 360
434 361 and 654
435 362
436 363
437
438
439
440
Rep. 1951, c. 47 s. 17
441 removed
442(a) 181
442(b) 179
443 308
444 323
444A 325
445
446
228
447 289
448 288
449 290
450
451
452
453
454
291
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
292
462 293
463 82
464 295
465 removed
466 309
467 311
468 310(1)
469
470
Rep. 1950, c. 11, s. 6
471
472
473
312
474 313
475 314
476 315
477 317
478 318
479 319
480
481
482
483
320 and 321
484 340
485 340
486 349
487
488
489
351 and 352
490 353
490A 354
491 355
492 365
493 removed
494 352
495 removed
496
497
409
498 411
498A 412
499 365
500 removed
501
502
366
502A 367
503 removed
504 368
504A removed
505 369
506 removed
507 rep. 1931, c. 28, s. 10
508 removed
509 371(1)
509A 52
510 372
510A 163
511 374
512 375
513 374
514 375
515(1), (2) 377
515(3) to (6) removed
516 316(1)(b)
516A 378
516B 372
517
518
519
520
521
522
372
523 372 and 406
524 379
525 372
526 380
527 381
528 320
529 382
530 383
531
532
384
533
534
535
372
536 385
537(1)(a), (b) 386
537(1)(c) 316
537(2) removed
538 316
539 373
540 removed
541 371(2) and (3) and 376
542 387
543 388
544 389
545 390
545A 419
546 391
547 391
548 404
549(1) 403(2)
549(2) removed
550 392
551 400
552
553
554
555
392 to 395
556 401
557 402
558
559
398 and 399
560 394
561 393
562(a) 392
562(b) 401
563 392
564
565
566
567
395, 396
568 removed
569(1) 403
569(2) 405
570
571
572
406, 407
573 408(I)(d)
574
575
406
575A 659
575B 660
575C(1) 660
575C(2) removed
575C(3)
575C(4)
662
575D 663
575E 667
575F 664
575G(1) 664
575G(2)
575G(3)
665
575H 666
576 424
577 414
578 removed
579 554
580(1) 413(1)
580(2) 418
581 416
581A 417
582 413(2)
583 413(2)
584 419
585 422
586
587
423
588 removed
589 removed
590 410(1)
591 420(2)
592 removed
593 100(2)
594 removed
595 229(3)
596
597
598
599
600
removed
604 425
604A 604
605 removed
606 426
607 removed
608 to 618 Rep. 1950, c. 11, s. 7
619
620
621
removed
622 Rep. 1943-44, c. 23, s. 12
623
624
625
626
627
628
removed
629 429
630 430
631 432(1) and (2)
632 405
633 433
634 96
635 355(2)
636 removed
637 338
638 285(3)
639 Rep. 1951, c. 47, s. 21
640 172
641 171 and 173
642(1) and (2) 174
642(3) removed
643 removed
644 427
645 428
646 434
647 435
648 435
649 436
650 437
651 Rep. 1951, c. 47, s. 21
652 435 pt. 438 pt.
653 439
654 439
655(1), (2), (4) 440(1) to (3)
665(3) 604
656 removed
657 Rep. 1951, c. 47, s. 21
658(1) 441(1)
658(2) 441(2)
658(3) 441(4)
658(4) 441(3)
658(5) 441(6)
659(1) 442(3)
659(2) 442(4)
660(1) 443
660(2), (3) 442(1) and (2)
660(4), (5) 444
661(1), (2) 445
661(3) 20
662(1) to (3) 447 and 429(2
662(4) to (6) 446
663 602
664 442(1)(c)
665(1) removed
665(2), (3) 456
666 459
667 448
668 449
669 458
670 459
671 604(2) and 605
672 441(3), 606
673 603
674(1) 610(1)
674(2), (3) 611
675 603
676(1) 604
676(2) 606(3)
RSC, 1927, c. 36 1953-54, c. 51
677 609
678 457
679
680
681
51
682
683
453
684 453 and 454
685 455
686 454
687 460
688 removed
689 removed
690 460
691 512
692 461
693 609
694 461
695(1) 462
695(2) 508(3)
695(3), (4) 514
696 Rep. 1947, c. 55, s. 20
697
698
463
699 464
700 463
701
702 463
703 672
704 636
705(a) 2(6)
705(b) 2(31)
705(c) removed
705(d) 2(39)
705(e) 733
706 692(d), 693
707 692(g), 705
708(1) 695(2)
708(2) to (4) 697
708(5) 692(g)
709 699
710 695, 696
711 604, 606, 700
712 447
713 604, 606, 700
714 428
715 709
716(1) 709(3)
716(2) 613, 616(1)
716(3) 617
716(4) 616(2)
717 702
718 710(3)
719 706
720 707
721 708
721A 712
722 710
723 701
724 704
725 703
726 711
727 713
728 714
729 removed
730 715
731 removed
732 699
733
734
735
736
737
738
716
739 694
740 621(4), 373
741
742
743
744
745
removed
746 621
747 removed
748(1) 637
748(2) to (5) 717
749 719, 720, 721
750 721, 722, 724, 725
751(1) 727
751(2) 731(2)
751(3) 728
751(4), (5) removed
752 727
752A Rep. 1947-48, c. 39, s. 32
753 727(4)
754 727 and 732
755 730
756 732(2)
757(1) 726(1)
757(2) 725(2)
757(3) 712(4)
757(4) 732(3)
758 731(1)
759 731(3) and (4)
760 729, 730
761 734
762(1) to (3) 735
762(4), (5) 736
763 737
764 738
765
766
740
767 741
768 739
769 742
769A 743
770 744
771(a) 466(b)
773 467
775 480
778 pt. 482
781(1) to (3) 468
781(4) 471, 482
781(5) 483
781(6) 507
782(1) 441(4) and (5)
782(2), (3) 470
783
784
469
785 468(3)
786 471
787 428
788 604
789 441, 606
790
791
792
793
482
794 574
795 630
796 450
797
698
799
484
800 to 821 Rep. 1947-48, c. 39, s. 36
822 removed
823(a) 466(a)
824 473
825(1) 472
825(5) 480
825(6) 474
826 474
827(1) 474
827(2) 474
827(3) 478
827(5) 482
828 475
829 479
830 475
831 481
832 477
833(1) 477
833(2), (3) 482(2)
834 478
834A
835
836
837
484
838 483
839 484
840 669
841(1) 610
841(2) 612
842(1) 610
842(2) 611
842(3) 612
843
844
491
845(1), (2) 491
845(3) 510(8)
846 removed
847(1) 55 and 492
847(2) 510
848 removed
849 502 and 503
850 removed
851 572
852
853
492
854 500
855(1) 493
855(2) 492
856 499, 501
857
858
501
859
860
497
861 494
862 495
863 496
864(a) to (d) removed
864(e) 270(2)
865 498
866
867
868
removed
869(1) 298(2)
869(2) removed
870 removed
871 removed
872 486
873(1) to (3) 487
873(4) 488
873(5) to (7) 489
874
875
504
876 505
877 506
878 removed
879 507
880
881
882
removed
883 446
884
885
508
886(1) 509
886(2) 669
887 508
888 421(1), (2)
889
890
510
891 500(2) and (3)
892 removed
893 510
894
895
896
512
897 513
898 510
899(2) 537
900
901(1), (2)
515
902
903
904
removed
905(1) 516
905(2) 522
906 516
907 518
908 517
909 519
910 520
911 521
912
913
266
914 532
915 533
916 528
917 removed
918 529
919 530
920 531
921 534
922 removed
923 535
924 536
925 538
926 539
927(1) to (5) 540
927(6) 541
928 550
929 552
929A 553
930
931
549
932 542
933 543
933A 541
934 546
935 547
RSC, 1927, c. 36 1953-54, c. 51
936 548
937 544
938 545
939 551
940 488(3)
941 446
942 557(3)
943 557
944 558
945(1), (2), (6) 554
945(3) to (5) 556
946 556
947 266
948 213(2)
949 567
950 568
951(1) and (2) 569
952 569
953 removed
954 503(2)
955 404
956 267
957 405
958 559
959 556
960 560
961 561
962 490
963 572
964 573
965 580
966 523
967 524
968 525
969 526
970 527
971 605
972(1) 610
972(2) 611
972(3) 612
973 603
974 608
975 611
976 607, 608
977 446
978 562
979 113(2)
980 removed
981 403
982 574
983 removed
984 565
985 169
986(1) to (3) 169
986(4) 170
987 326(2)
988 563
989 285(2), (3)
990 285(4), (5)
991 364
992 357
993 301
994 302
995
996
997
998
613 to 618
999 619(1)
1000 619(2)
1001 564
1002(a) 47(2)
1002(b) 115
1002(c) 131(1), 184(3)
1002(d) 242(2), 134
1002(e) 310(2)
1003(1) removed
1003(2) 566
1003(3) 99(f)
1004 575
1005 576
1006 634
1007 removed
1008
1009
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1010 578
1011 579
1012 581
1013(1), (2) pt. 583
1013(2), (4), (5) pt. 584
1013(3) 582
1013(6) 585
1013(5) pt. 592(4)
1014(1)(a), (b), (c) 592(1)(a)
1014(1)(d) 592(1)(b)(iii)
1014(2) 592(2), (6)
1014(4) 592(5)
1015 593
1016(1) 592(1)(b)(i)
1016(2) 592(1)(b)(ii)(3)
1016(3) 592(1)(c)
1016(4) 592(2)(d)(iv)
1017 424(2)(d)(iv)
595
1018 586, 594
1019 587
1020 424, 588
1021(1) to (3) 424, 589
1021(4), (5) 590
1021(6), (7) 594
1021(8) 589(3)
1021(10) 591
1021(11) 424
1021(13) to (18) 424
1022(1) 658
1022(2) 596
1023(1) 597(1)
1023(2) pt. 597(2)
1023(3) 598
1023(4) 599
1024(1), (2) 600
1024(3), (4) removed
1024(1) 597, 598
1024(2) 599
1025A removed
1026 640
1027 5(1)
1028 621(1)
1029 621(2)
1030
1031
1032
1033
5(1)(b)
1034 654
1035(1), (2) 622
1035(3) 623
1035(4) 621(4)(c)
1035A 625
1036
1037
626
1038 627(1)
1039 355(2)
1040 removed
1041 to 1043 Rep. 1950, c. 11, s. 18
1044 removed
1045 631
1046
1047
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1048 628
1049 629
1050 630
1051 5(1)(b)
1052(1) 633
1052(2) 694(1)
1053 removed
1054 621
1054A(1) to (3) 661
1054A(4) 662
1054A(5) 661, 664
1054A(6) 665(2)
1054A(7) 666
1054A(8) 659
1054B 624
1055 621(4)
1056 634
1057 removed
1058
1059
637
1060 641
1061 removed
1062 642
1063 643
1064 644
1065
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1067
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1068 646
1069 647
1070 648
1071 650
1072 649
1073 651
1074 652
1075 653
1076 655
1077 656
1078 removed
1079 removed
1080 658
1081 638
1082 removed
1083 639
1084
1085
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1086
1087
668(1)
1088 672
1089 675
1090 672
1091 673
1092 670
1093 674
1094 676
1098
1099
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676
1106 679
1107 678
1117 679
1120 681
1121 to 1122 682
1123 removed
1124 683
1125 684
1126 685
1127 686
1128 687
1129 682
1130 688
1131 689
1132 Rep. 1950, c. 11, s 21
1133 to 1139 Rep. 1951, c .47, s. 25
1140(1)(a)(i), (ii) 48(1)
1140(1)(c)(v) to (x) 133, 184(4)
1140(2) 48(2)
1141 627(2)
1142 693(2)
1143
1144
1145
1146
1147
1148
removed
1149 Rep 1950, c. 11 s 21
1150 removed
1151 rm s. 25
1152 753

See Also

List of Criminal Code Amendments (2000 to 2009)

2005 to 2009

See also: List of Criminal Code Amendments

2009, c. 29

2009, c. 29 (Bill C-25)
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Truth in Sentencing Act 2009, c. 29 (Bill C-25) October 22, 2009 February 22, 2010 official text
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The act "specif[ies] the extent to which a court may take into account time spent in custody by an offender before sentencing". It adds s. 515(9.1).
Amended Code Sec.
It replaces s. 719(3) and Form 21 in Part XXVIII.

2009, c. 28

2009, c. 28 (Bill S-4)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (identity theft and related misconduct) 2009, c. 28 (Bill S-4) October 22, 2009 January 8, 2010 official text
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The changes to the Code "create offences of identity theft, trafficking in identity information and unlawful possession or trafficking in certain government-issued identity documents, to clarify and expand certain offences related to identity theft and identity fraud, to exempt certain persons from liability for certain forgery offences, and to allow for an order that the offender make restitution to a victim of identity theft or identity fraud for the expenses associated with rehabilitating their identity".
Amended Code Sec.
It adds s. 56.1, 356 (3), 366(5), 368.1, and 368.2, 402.1, and 402.2. It also replaces s. 130, 342(3), 342(4), 342.01(1), 356(1), 368(1), 369, and 403. It amends s. 183 and 738(1).

2009, c. 22

2009, c. 22 (Bill C-14)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (organized crime and protection of justice system participants) 2009, c. 22 (Bill C-14) June 23, 2009 October 2, 2009 official text
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The amendments to the Code "add to the sentencing provisions for murder so that any murder committed in connection with a criminal organization is first degree murder, regardless of whether it is planned and deliberate; to create offences of intentionally discharging a firearm while being reckless about endangering the life or safety of another person, of assaulting a peace officer with a weapon or causing bodily harm and of aggravated assault of a peace officer; and to extend the duration of a recognizance to up to two years for a person who it is suspected will commit a criminal organization offence, a terrorism offence or an intimidation offence under section 423.1 if they were previously convicted of such an offence, and to clarify that the recognizance may include conditions such as electronic monitoring, participation in a treatment program and a requirement to remain in a specified geographic area."
Amended Code Sec.
It adds s. 2.1, 244.2, 270.01, 270.02, 718.02 replaces s. 84(1), (5)(b), 85(1), 231(6.01) to (6.2), 239(2)(b), 244(3)(b), 272(3)(b), 279(1.2)(b), 344(2)(b), 346(1.2)(b), 515(6)(a)(vii), 810.01(3), 810.01(5) to (5.2) and it amends s. 183, 487.04.

2009, c. 2

2009, c. 2 (Bill C-10)
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Budget Implementation Act 2009, c. 2 (Bill C-10) March 12, 2009 On Royal Assent official text
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Consequential amendments to the Code relating to larger changes to the Competition Act.
Amended Code Sec.
It amends s. 183

2008, c. 18

2008, c. 18 (Bill C-13)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (criminal procedure, language of the accused, sentencing and other amendments) 2008, c. 18 (Bill C-13) May 29, 2008 May 29, July 2, and October 1, 2008 official text
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"This enactment amends various provisions of the Criminal Code in relation to criminal procedure, language of the accused, sentencing and other matters."
Amended Code Sec.
It adds s. 255(3.1), 259(2.1), 507.1(11), 530.01, 503.1(c.1), 530.2, 533.1, 537(1.01), 634(2.2), 683(7), 685(2), 695(2) and (3), 715(2.1), 720(2), 743.21. It replaces s. 4(7), 145(3), 164.2(1), 202(1)(i), 204(2), 259(1.1) to (1.4), 259(2)(a), 259(4), 351, 481.2, 487(2), (4), 487.03(1), (1.1), 490(17), 530(3), (5), (6), 530.1, 530.1(d) and (e), 531, 565(2) and (3), 568, 569 640(2) to (3), 676(1.1), 683(5) to (5.1), 701.1, 732.1(5) and (6), 734(5), 734.2, 742.3(3) and (4), 743.5(1), 743.5(3), 787(1), 803(2) and (3), Form 12. It repeals s. 117.13(4), (5), 487.055(6), 501(5), 509(3), 701(3), 729(4) and (5), 742.6(6) and (7).

2008, c .12

2008, c. 12 (S-213)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (cruelty to animals) 2008, c. 12 (S-213) April 17, 2008 On Royal Assent official text
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The "enactment amends the Criminal Code to increase the maximum penalties for animal cruelty offences."
Amended Code Sec.
It replaces s. 444, 445, 445.1, 446, 447, and 447.1.

2008, c. 6

39th Parliament, 2nd session

2008, c. 6 (C-2)
SI/2008-34
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Tackling Violent Crime Act 2008, c. 6 (C-2)
SI/2008-34
February 28, 2008 May 1, 2008 (s. 1 to 17, 28 to 38, 57, 58)
July 2, 2008 (s. 18 to 27, 39 to 53, 55, 56, 59, and 60)
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code by... creating two new firearm offences and providing escalating mandatory sentences of imprisonment for serious firearm offences;... strengthening the bail provisions for those accused of serious offences involving firearms and other regulated weapons;... providing for more effective sentencing and monitoring of dangerous and high-risk offenders;...introducing a new regime for the detection and investigation of drug impaired driving and strengthening the penalties for impaired driving; and... raising the age of consent for sexual activity from 14 to 16 years."
Amended Code Sec.
It adds s. 84(5), (6), 98.1, 150.1(6), 253(2), 254.1, 258.1, 272(3) and (4), 273(3) and (4), 279(1.2) and (1.3), 279.1(2.1) and (2.2), 344(2) and (3), 346(1.2) and (1.3), 752.01, 753.01, 753.02, 755, it replaces s. 85(1)(a), 85(3)(a), (b) and (c), 91(1), (2), 92(1), (2), 93(1), 94(1), 95(1), 95(2)(a), 98, 99(2), (3), 100(2), 103(2), 150.1(1) and (2), 172.1(1)(b) and (c), 239, 244, 254(2) to (6), 255(1)(a)(i) to (iii), 255(1)(c), 255(2) and (3), 256(5), 257(2), 259(1), 261, 272(2)(a), 273(2)(a) and (a.1), 279(1.1)(a) and (a.1), 279.1(1), 279.1(2)(a), 344(a), 346(1.1)(a), 515(10)(c), 662(6), 743.1(3.1), 752.1, 753.1(3), 753.2(2), 753.3(1), 753.4(1), 757, 759(1) to (5), 810.1(3), 810.2(3), 810.2(5) to (6), it amends s. 150.1(4), 151, 152, 153(2), 160(3), 161(1), 170(a) and (b), 171(a) and (b), 173(2), 183(a), 253(1), 254(1), 255(4), 258(1), 259(2), 273.3(1)(a) and (b), 348.1, 487.04, 490.011(1), 515(6), 752, 753, 753.2(1), 754(1), 810.1(1), (3)(a) and (b), it repeals 753(6), 753.1(4) and (5).

2007, c. 28

2007, c. 28 (Bill C-59)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (unauthorized recording of a movie) 2007, c. 28 (Bill C-59) June 22, 2007 On Royal Assent official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to prohibit the unauthorized recording of a movie in a movie theatre (camcording)."
Amended Code Sec.
It adds s. 432.

2007, c. 22

2007, c. 22 (Bill C-18)
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An Act to amend certain Acts in relation to DNA identification 2007, c. 22 (Bill C-18) June 22, 2007 June 22, 2007 and Jan 1, 2008 official text
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This enactment amends the Criminal Code ... [amending] the provisions ... relating to orders for the taking of samples of bodily substances for forensic DNA analysis apply to persons who are sentenced ... allows an order to be made ... adds attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder or to cause another person to be murdered to the offences covered by section 487.055 ... permits an application to be made ... when a person is still serving a sentence of imprisonment for one of the specified offences, rather than requiring that they be serving a sentence of imprisonment of two years or more for that offence;... in certain circumstances, allows ... [a person] to appear by closed-circuit television or a similar ... allows samples of bodily substances to be taken under the Criminal Code ... at the place, day and time set by an order or a summons or as soon as feasible afterwards;... specifies that it is an offence ... to fail to comply with such an order or summons.
Amended Code Sec.

It adds s. 487.055(1)(c.1), 487.055(3.01), 487.055(3.11), 487.0551, 487.0552, 487.056(4) to (6), 487.057(3). It replaces s. 487.04 [in part], 487.051, 487.054, 487.055(1)(d) and (e), 487.055(4), 487.056(1), 487.056(2) and (3), 487.057(1), 487.058, 487.06(1), 487.06(3), 487.07(1), 487.071(1), 487.071(2)(b), 487.08(1.1), 487.091(1)(a), 487.091(1)(b), 487.091(2) 487.091(3), 487.0911(1) to (3), 703(2), Forms 5.03 to 5.06, Form 5.07, Forms 5.08 and 5.09. It repeals s. 487.03(2), 487.055(7) to (10), Form 28.1.

2007, c. 20

2007, c. 20 (Bill C-277)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (luring a child) 2007, c. 20 (Bill C-277) June 22, 2007 On Royal Assent official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to increase from five years to ten years the maximum punishment for an offence under section 172.1 (luring a child). It also specifies that, in the case of a summary conviction for this offence, the maximun [sic] punishment is eighteen months."
Amended Code Sec.
It replaces s. 172.1(2)(a) and (b).

2007, c. 13

2007, c. 13 (Bill C-48)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code in order to implement the United Nations Convention against Corruption 2007, c. 13 (Bill C-48) May 31, 2007 On Royal Assent official text
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"This enactment makes technical amendments to the corruption and offence-related provisions of the Criminal Code to implement the United Nations Convention against Corruption."
Amended Code Sec.
It amends s. 2, 118, 490.1(1), it replaces s. 119(1), 120, 121(1)(b) to (f), 123(1) and (2), 426(1)(a), 490.1(2), 490.1(3), 490.2(1) and (2), 490.4(3), 490.41(1).

2007, c. 12

2007, c. 12 (Bill C-9)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (conditional sentence of imprisonment) 2007, c. 12 (Bill C-9) May 31, 2007 Dec 1, 2007 official text
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"This enactment amends section 742.1 of the Criminal Code to provide that a person convicted of a serious personal injury offence as defined in section 725 of that Act, a terrorism offence or a criminal organization offence prosecuted by way of indictment for which the maximum term of imprisonment is ten years or more is not eligible for a conditional sentence."
Amended Code Sec.
It replaces s. 742.1.

2007, c. 9

2007, c. 9 (Bill C-26)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (criminal interest rate) 2007, c. 9 (Bill C-26) May 3, 2007 On Royal Assent official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code by exempting persons from the application of section 347 of that Act in respect of agreements for small, short-term loans. The exemption applies to persons who are licensed or otherwise authorized to enter into such agreements by designated provinces that have legislative measures that protect recipients of payday loans and that specify a limit on the total cost of those loans."
Amended Code Sec.
It replaces s. 347(1). It adds s. 347.1.

2007, c. 5

2007, c. 5 (Bill S-3)
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An Act to amend the National Defence Act, the Criminal Code, the Sex Offender Information Registration Act and the Criminal Records Act 2007, c. 5 (Bill S-3) March 29, 2007 Sept 12, 2008 official text
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"It ... makes certain amendments to the Criminal Code and the Sex Offender Information Registration Act to enhance the administration and enforcement of the current registration scheme for sex offender information."
Amended Code Sec.

It adds s. 490.016(3), 490.017(2), 490.023(1.1), 490.027(3), 490.031(2), 490.0311 It replaces s. 490.011(1) [in part], 490.012, 490.012(1) to (3), 490.013(2)(a) to (c), 490.013(3) and (4), 490.013(5), 490.015, 490.016(1), 490.018(3)(b), 490.019 [header], 490.02(1), 490.02(2)(a) and (b), 490.02(2)(c), 490.021(2), 490.022(1)(a) and (b), 490.022(3)(a) and (b), 490.022(3)(c), 490.022(3)(d), 490.023(1), 490.025 and 490.026, 490.027(1), 490.028 and 490.029, 490.03(1)(a) and (b), 490.03(2) to (4), 490.031, Form 52, Form 53 It repeals s.

2006, c. 14

2006, c. 14 (Bill C-19)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (street racing) and to make a consequential amendment to the Corrections and Conditional Release Act 2006, c. 14 (Bill C-19) December 14, 2006 On Royal Assent official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to create an offence of street racing based on dangerous driving and criminal negligence offences. This enactment increases, in street racing situations, the maximum punishments for some offences and also provides for minimum prohibitions on driving that increase on a second and subsequent offence."
Amended Code Sec.
It amends s. 2, 260(1), 673, 785, it adds s. 249.2, 249.3, 249.4, 259(3.1) to (3.4), it replaces s. 259(5), 261(1) and (2).

2006, c. 9

2006, c. 9 (Bill C-2)
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Federal Accountability Act 2006, c. 9 (Bill C-2) December 12, 2006 March 1, 2007 official text
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It "amends the ... Criminal Code to create indictable offences for fraud with respect to public money or money of a Crown corporation, and makes persons convicted of those offences ineligible to be employed by the Crown or the corporation or to otherwise contract with the Crown."
Amended Code Sec.
It replaces s. 750(3).

2005, c. 44

2005, c. 44 (Bill C-53)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (proceeds of crime) and the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and to make consequential amendments to another Act 2005, c. 44 (Bill C-53) November 25, 2005 On Royal Assent official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code ... to provide a reverse onus of proof in proceeds of crime applications involving offenders who have been convicted of a criminal organization offence or certain offences under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. The enactment provides that a court shall make an order of forfeiture against any property of an offender [where] the offender has engaged in a pattern of criminal activity or has an income unrelated to crime that cannot reasonably account for all of the offender’s property. The enactment also amends the Criminal Code to clarify the authority of the Attorney General of Canada in regards to proceeds of crime and to clarify the definition “designated offence” in regards to offences that may be prosecuted by indictment or on summary conviction. It also amends a provision of the Criminal Code to ensure the equivalency of the English and French versions."
Amended Code Sec.

It adds s. 462.37(2.01) to (2.07). It replaces s. 462.3 (1) [in part], 462.3(3), 462.32(1), 462.33(2)(c), 462.33(3), 462.33(5), 462.33(10)(c), 462.341, 462.37(3), 462.4(a), 462.41(1), 462.41(3) [in part], 462.42(1), 462.45, 462.46(1), 689(1).

2005, c. 43

2005, c. 43 (Bill C-49)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (trafficking in persons) 2005, c. 43 (Bill C-49) November 25, 2005 On Royal Assent official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to ... create an offence of trafficking in persons that prohibits a person from engaging in specified acts for the purpose of exploiting or facilitating the exploitation of another person; ... create an offence that prohibits a person from receiving a financial or other material benefit that they know results from the commission of the offence of trafficking in persons; ... create an offence that prohibits concealing, removing, withholding or destroying travel documents or documents that establish or purport to establish another person’s identity or immigration status for the purpose of committing or facilitating the offence of trafficking in persons; and ... establish that a person exploits another person if they cause them to provide, or offer to provide, labour or a service by engaging in conduct that could reasonably be expected to cause the other person to believe that their safety or that of someone known to them would be threatened if they failed to do so or if, by means of deception or the use or threat of force or of any other form of coercion, they cause the other person to have an organ or tissue removed."
Amended Code Sec.

It adds s. 279.01, 279.02, 279.03, 279.04. It replaces s. 183 [in part], 279 [header], 486(1.1), 486(2.1), 486(3)(a)(i), 487.04 [in part], 490.011(1) [in part], 738(1)(b).

2005, c. 40

2005, c. 40 (Bill S-37)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Cultural Property Export and Import Act 2005, c. 40 (Bill S-37) November 25, 2005 On Royal Assent official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to prohibit certain offences, including theft, robbery, mischief and arson against cultural property protected under the 1954 Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict. Those amendments allow for the prosecution of such offences when committed outside Canada by Canadians."
Amended Code Sec.

It adds s. 7(2.01), (2.02), 430(4.2). It replaces s. 2 [in part].

2005, c. 38

2005, c. 38 (C-26)
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Canada Border Services Agency Act 2005, c. 38 (C-26) November 3, 2005 December 12, 2005 official text
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Incidental amendments in creating the Canada Border Services Agency.
Amended Code Sec.
It amends s. 2.

2005, c. 32

2005, c. 32 (Bill C-2)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (protection of children and other vulnerable persons) and the Canada Evidence Act 2005, c. 32 (Bill C-2) July 20, 2005 November 1, 2005 (s. 1 to 12, 24, 25) and January 2, 2006 (s.13 to 23, 26 to 27.1) official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to ... amend the child pornography provisions with respect to the type of written and audio material that constitutes child pornography, and with respect to the child pornography offences, defences and penalties; ... add a new category to the offence of sexual exploitation of young persons and make additional amendments to further protect children from sexual exploitation;... increase the maximum penalty for child sexual offences, for failing to provide the necessaries of life and for abandoning a child;... make child abuse an aggravating factor for the purpose of sentencing and direct the courts to give primary consideration to the objectives of denunciation and deterrence in sentencing for offences involving abuse of a child; ... amend and clarify the applicable test and criteria that need to be met for the use of testimonial aids, for excluding the public, for imposing a publication ban, for using video-recorded evidence or for appointing counsel for self-represented accused to conduct a cross-examination of certain witnesses; and ... create an offence of voyeurism and the distribution of voyeuristic material."
Amended Code Sec.
It adds s. 153(1.1), (1.2), 161(1.1), 162, 163.1(4.3), 486.1, 486.2, 486.3, 486.4, 486.5, 486.6, 718. It replaces s. 127, 150.1(2) and (3), 151, 152, 153(1), 161(1), 163.1(1) to (4), (4.1), (6), (7), 164(1), (3) to (5), (7), (8) [definition], 164.1(1), (5), (7), 170, 171, 183 [definition], 212(2), (4), 215(3), 218, 276.3, 278.9(1), 486, 487.2(1), 539(1), 542(2), 631(6), 648(1), 672.51(11), 715.1, 715.2, 718.2(a)(ii). It repeals s. 487.2(2), 539(4), 542(3), 648(3).

2005, c. 25

2005, c. 25 (Bill C-13)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code, the DNA Identification Act and the National Defence Act 2005, c. 25 (Bill C-13) May 19, 2005 On Royal Assent and January 1, 2008 official text
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It adds s. 487.051(4), 487.055(3)(a.1), 487.055(3)(b)(iv) to (vi), 487.0561, 487.0911. It replaces s. 487.04 [in part], 487.051(1) to (3), 487.052 and 487.053, 487.055(1), 487.056(1), 487.071, 487.08(1.1), 487.08(4), 487.091(1) and (2), Forms 5.03 to 5.06, Forms 5.08 and 5.09. It repeals s. 487.08(2.1).

2005, c. 22

2005, c. 22 (Bill C-10)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (mental disorder) and to make consequential amendments to other Acts 2005, c. 22 (Bill C-10) May 19, 2005 On Royal Assent official text
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"This enactment amends Part XX.1 of the Criminal Code governing persons found unfit to stand trial or not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder. The amendments, among other things, include ... repealing unproclaimed provisions related to capping, dangerous mentally disordered accused and hospital orders; ... expanding the authority of Review Boards by enabling them to order an assessment of the accused, adjourn hearings and protect the identity of victims and witnesses; ... permitting the oral presentation of victim impact statements at disposition hearings and adjournments allowing the victim to prepare the statement; ... permitting Review Boards to extend the time for holding a review hearing to a maximum of 24 months in certain circumstances; ... permitting the court to hold an inquiry and order a judicial stay of proceedings for an accused found unfit to stand trial, if the accused is not likely to ever be fit to stand trial and does not pose a significant risk to the safety of the public and a stay is in the interests of the proper administration of justice; ... specifying that the transfer provisions require the consent of the appropriate Attorneys General in all cases and enabling transfers of an accused who is not in custody; and ... allowing peace officers arresting an accused who is in contravention of an assessment order or a disposition to release, detain, compel the appearance of or deliver the accused to a place specified in the order."
Amended Code Sec.
It added s. 672.1(2), 672.121, 672.16(1.1), (1.2), 672.33(1.1), 672.45(1.1), 672.47(3), 672.5(5.1), 672.5(13.2), 672.5(15.1), (15.2), (15.3), 672.501, 672.85 [header], 672.851, 672.852. It replaced s. 672.1 [renumbered], 672.1(1) [in part], 672.11(e), 672.13(2), 672.14(3), 672.15(1), 672.16(1), 672.16(2), 672.16(3), 672.17, 672.191, 672.2(2), 672.2(4), 672.5(8), 672.5(16), 672.51(11), 672.52(2), 672.54, 672.541, 672.63, 672.67(2), 672.81(2), 672.82(1), 672.85, 672.85(b), 672.86(1)(b), 672.86(3), 672.91 to 672.94, 673 [definition], Form 48.

It repealed s. 672.21(3)(c), 672.55(2), 672.64 to 672.66, 672.79, 672.8, 672.83(2), 672.84, schedule to Part XX.1, 747 [header], 747 to 747.8, Form 51.

2005, c. 10

2005, c. 10 (Bill C-6)
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Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Act 2005, c. 10 (Bill C-6) March 23, 2005 April 4, 2005 official text
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It replaces s. 83.05(1.1) to (4), 83.05(6)(a), 83.05(7) to (10), 83.06(1) and (2), 83.07, 83.09(1) and (2), 185(1), 186(6), 187(2), 196(1) and (2).

2000 to 2004

2004, c. 15

2004, c. 15 (C–7)
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An Act to amend certain Acts of Canada, and to enact measures for implementing the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention, in order to enhance public safety 2004, c. 15 (C–7) May 6, 2004 Dec 1, 2004 official text
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The Act "adds a new offence to the Criminal Code for communicating information or committing any act that is likely to lead others to falsely believe that terrorist activity is occurring, with the intention of causing persons to fear death, bodily harm, substantial damage to property or serious interference with the lawful use or operation of property."
Amended Code Sec.
It adds s. 83.231.

2004, c. 14

2004, c. 14 (Bill C-250)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (hate propaganda) 2004, c. 14 (Bill C-250) 6 May 2004 ? CanLII text Full Legislative History
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2004, c. 12

2004, c. 12 (Bill C–14)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code and other Acts 2004, c. 12 (Bill C–14) April 22, 2004 April 22, 2004 and Oct 1, 2004 official text
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The Act "amends the Criminal Code by... establishing more serious offences for placing, or knowingly permitting to remain in a place, a trap, device or other thing that is likely to cause death or bodily harm to a person;... permitting the use of as much force as is reasonably necessary on board an aircraft to prevent the commission of an offence that would be likely to cause immediate and serious injury to the aircraft or to any person or property in the aircraft;... modifying the provision dealing with the provision of information on oath in relation to weapons; and... creating an exemption to the offence of intercepting private communications in order to protect computer systems."
Amended Code Sec.
It replaces s. 7(8), 117.04, 247, 462.43(1)(c), 536(4), (4.1), 536.1(3), (4), 729(1)(b), 732.2(1)(c), 741(1), 742.2(2), 742.6(10), (12), (14) to (16), 742.6(17), 742.7(1), (4). It modifies s. 184(2), 193(2). It adds s. 27.1, 184(3) and Form 46.

2004, c. 10

2004, c. 10 (Bill C-16)
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Full: An Act respecting the registration of information relating to sex offenders, to amend the Criminal Code and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
Short: Sex Offender Information Registration Act
2004, c. 10 (Bill C-16) April 1, 2004 December 15, 2004 official text
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"The enactment amends the Criminal Code to enable the Crown to apply for an order to require an offender who is convicted of, or found not criminally responsible on account of a mental disorder for, certain offences to report regularly to a designated registration centre and provide information. It creates a new Criminal Code offence for failure to comply with the order, as well as an offence for providing false or misleading information."
Amended Code Sec.

It adds s. 490.011, 490.012, 490.013, 490.014, 490.015, 490.016, 490.017, 490.018, 490.019, 490.02, 490.021, 490.022, 490.023, 490.024, 490.025, 490.026, 490.027, 490.028, 490.029, 490.03, 490.031, 490.032, Form 52 [in part]

2004, c. 3

2004, c. 3 (Bill C–13)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (capital markets fraud and evidence-gathering) 2004, c. 3 (Bill C–13) March 29, 2004 Sept 15, 2004 (s. 2 to 8) and Sept 15, 2005 (s. 1) official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code by creating a new offence of prohibited insider trading and creating a new offence to prohibit threatening or retaliating against employees for disclosing unlawful conduct. The enactment increases the maximum penalties and codifies aggravating and non-mitigating sentencing factors for fraud and certain related offences and provides for concurrent jurisdiction for the Attorney General of Canada to prosecute those offences. The enactment also creates a new procedural mechanism by which persons will be required to produce documents, data or information in specific circumstances."
Amended Code Sec.
It amends s. 2, 382. It replaces s. 380(1)(a), 380(2), 487.3(1), 487.3(4). It adds s. 380.1, 382.1, 425.1, 487.011 to 487.017.

2003, c. 21

2003, c. 21 (Bill C-45)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (criminal liability of organizations) 2003, c. 21 (Bill C-45) November 7, 2003 March 31, 2004 (all except s. 556), June 1,2004 official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to ... establish rules for attributing to organizations, including corporations, criminal liability for the acts of their representatives; ... establish a legal duty for all persons directing work to take reasonable steps to ensure the safety of workers and the public; ... set out factors for courts to consider when sentencing an organization; and ... provide optional conditions of probation that a court may impose on an organization." Also known as the "Westray Bill", it created legal duties to employers for workplace safety.
Amended Code Sec.
It amends s. 2, 362(1)(c), 620 to 623, 732.1(1), 734(1), 735(1), it added s. 22.1, 22.2, and 217.1, 718.21, 732.1(3) to (3.2), replaces s. 328(e), 362(1)(d), 462.38(3)(b), 538, 556, 570(5), 650(1), 703.2, 721(1), 727(4), 730(1), 735(1)(b), 735(2), 800(3), 556, it repealed s. 391.

2003, c. 8

2003, c. 8 (Bill C-10A)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (firearms) and the Firearms Act 2003, c. 8 (Bill C-10A) May 13, 2003 May 30, 2003 and August 15, 2003 official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code and the Firearms Act in order to simplify compliance with the firearms program, to modernize administrative procedures and to meet Canada’s emerging international obligations by ... in Part III of the Criminal Code, ... modernizing the description of firearms that are deemed not to be firearms for the purpose of the Firearms Act and certain provisions of the Criminal Code, ... providing that there is no forfeiture of goods that are the subject of a prohibition order made under section 515 of the Criminal Code, and ... providing that an authorization, licence or registration certificate for firearms be revoked or amended only for the period that a prohibition order made under that section is in force;"
Amended Code Sec.
It adds s. 84(1) [definition], 115(1.1). It replaces s. 84(3)(d)(i) and (ii), 85(1)(a), 109(1)(c), 116, 117.07(2)(h), 515(4.1)(c).

2002, c. 22

2002, c. 22 (Bill C-47)
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Excise Act, 2001 2002, c. 22 (Bill C-47) June 13, 2002 On Royal Assent and July 1, 2003 official text
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Consequential amendments to the Code in enacting the Excise Act (partially repealed at a later date)
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It replaces s. 2 [definitions], 78(2), 183 [definitions], 462.3(b.1) [definitions].

2002, c. 13

2002, c. 13 (Bill C-15A)
37th Parl., 1st sess.
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Full: An Act to amend the Criminal Code and to amend other Acts
Short: Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2001
2002, c. 13 (Bill C-15A)
37th Parl., 1st sess.
June 4, 2002 July 23, 2003 (s. 79), June 1, 2004 (s. 24 to 46, 48, 59 and 72) official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code by ... adding offences and other measures that provide additional protection to children from sexual exploitation, including sexual exploitation involving use of the Internet; ... increasing the maximum penalty for criminal harassment; ... making home invasions an aggravating circumstance for sentencing purposes; ... creating an offence of disarming, or attempting to disarm, a peace officer; ... codifying and clarifying the review process for applications to the Minister of Justice with respect to allegations of miscarriage of justice; and ... reforming and modernizing criminal procedure with respect to ... procedural aspects of preliminary inquiries, ... the disclosure of expert evidence, ... rules of court in relation to case management and preliminary inquiries, ... electronic documents and remote appearances, ... a plea comprehension inquiry scheme, ... private prosecutions, ... the selection of alternate jurors, and ... restriction on the use of agents."
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It added s. 3.1, 163.1(4.1) and (4.2), 164.1, 164.2, 164.3, 172.1, 270.1, 348.1, 482.1, 507.1, 536.2 to 536.5, 537(1)(j.1), 537(1.1), 540(7) to (9), 579.01, 606(1.1), (1.2) and (5), 626.1, 631(2.1), 634(2.1), 642.1, 650.01, 650.02, 657.3(3) to (7), 683(2.1) and (2.2), 688(2.1), 696.1 to 696.6, 715(4), 774.1, 802.1. It replaced s. 7(2.31)(b), 7(4.2) and (4.3), 161(1), 163.1(3), (6), and (7), 164(4), 264(3)(a), 274, 275, 276(1), 277, 482(2), 482(3)(c), 485(1.1), 485(2.1), 507(1), 529.1(b), 535, 536(2), 536(4), 536.1(2) to (5), 537(1)(i), 540(1)(a), 549(1.1) and (2), 554(2), 555(3)(a), 555.1(3) and (4), 556(2)(b), 556(3) and (4), 557, 560(1), 561(2), 561.1(1) to (3), 561.1(5) to (7), 562.1(1) and (2), 563.1(1), 565(2), 566.1(1) and (2), 567 to 568, 569(1), 574, 577, 598(2), 625.1(2), 631(3), (4), and (5), 632(b), 634(2), 641(1), 642(1), 643(1) and (1.1), 646, 650(1), 673 [in part], 676(5), 679(7), 689(1), 731.1, 734.3, 742.2, 753.1(2)(a), 785 [in part], 810.01(2) and (6), 810.1(1) to (4), 810.2(2) and (7), 822(4), 841 to 849, Form 7.1, (b), Form 11.1, (a). It repeals s. 214 [in part], 690.

2002, c. 7

2002, c. 7 (Bill C-39)
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Yukon Act 2002, c. 7 (Bill C-39) April 1, 2003 March 27, 2002 official text
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The Act intends to "replace the Yukon Act in order to modernize it and to implement certain provisions of the Yukon Northern Affairs Program Devolution Transfer Agreement, and to repeal and make amendments to other Acts".
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It amends s. 2, 552, schedule to Part XXV, it replaces s. 8(1)(a), 164(8)(d), 188(4)(f), 287(6)(e), 320(8)(d), 493(e), 533, 745.6(3)(f), 745.64(2), 812(1)(h), and 814(4).

2002, c. 1

2002, c. 1 (Bill C-7)
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Youth Criminal Justice Act 2002, c. 1 (Bill C-7) February 19, 2002 April 1, 2003 official text
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It replaces s. 487.04 [definitions], 487.051(1), 487.052(1), 487.053(b), 487.056(1), 487.071(1)(a) and (b), 667(1), 718.3(4), 721(3)(b), 743.4 and 743.5, Form 5.03, Form 5.04.

2001, c. 41

2001, c. 41 (Bill C-36)
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Anti-terrorism Act 2001, c. 41 (Bill C-36) December 18, 2001 December 18, 2001, Dec 24, 2001, January 7, 2002, February 1, 2002, June 28, 2002, and July 2, 2003 official text
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It "amends the Criminal Code to implement international conventions related to terrorism, to create offences related to terrorism, including the financing of terrorism and the participation, facilitation and carrying out of terrorist activities, and to provide a means by which property belonging to terrorist groups, or property linked to terrorist activities, can be seized, restrained and forfeited. It also provides for the deletion of hate propaganda from public web sites and creates an offence relating to damage to property associated with religious worship."
Amended Code Sec.
It adds s. 83.01, 83.02, 83.03, 83.04, 83.05, 83.06, 83.07, 83.08, 83.09, 83.1, 83.11, 83.12, 83.13, 83.14, 83.15, 83.16, 83.17, 83.18, 83.19, 83.2, 83.21, 83.22, 83.23, 83.24, 83.25, 83.26, 83.27, 83.28, 83.29, 83.3, 83.32, 83.33, 231(6.01), 320.1, 424.1, 430(4.1), 431.1, 431.2, 462.48(1)(d), 486(2.101), (2.102), (2.11), (2.2), (4.11), 490.1(1.1), 515(4.3), 515(6)(a)(iii) to (v), 718.2(a)(v), 743.6(1.2)

It replaces s. 2 [definitions], 7(3), 7(3.71) to (3.75), 7(7), 7(10), 183, 185(1.1), 186(1.1), 186.1, 196(5), 424, 431, 462.3 [in part], 486(2.11) and (2.2), 486(4.1), 486(4.7)(b) to (e), 486(4.9)(c), 487.04(a)(i) [in part], 515(4.1), 515(4.2), 810.01(1), 810.01(3), 811[in part].

2001, c. 37

2001, c. 37 (Bill C-46)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (alcohol ignition interlock device programs) 2001, c. 37 (Bill C-46) December 18, 2001 Dec 18, 2001 official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to allow the court to authorize repeat offenders subject to driving prohibition orders to drive, if they register in a provincial alcohol ignition interlock device program. The enactment provides that no authorization has effect until a minimum period of prohibition has been completed of 3, 6 or 12 months for a first, second or subsequent offence, respectively."
Amended Code Sec.
It adds s. 259(1.1) to (1.4)

2001, c. 32

2001, c. 32 (Bill C-24)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (organized crime and law enforcement) and to make consequential amendments to other Acts 2001, c. 32 (Bill C-24) December 18, 2001 Jan 7, 2002 and Feb 1, 2002 official text
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"The enactment amends the Criminal Code by ... providing additional protection to members of the Senate and the House of Commons and persons who play a role in the administration of criminal justice from certain acts of intimidation directed against them or their families; ... providing law enforcement officers and other persons acting at their direction with circumscribed protection from criminal liability for certain otherwise illegal acts committed in the course of an investigation or enforcement of an Act of Parliament; ... extending the application of its proceeds of crime provisions to indictable offences under the Criminal Code and other Acts of Parliament, with a few exceptions; ... extending the application of its provisions relating to offence-related property to indictable offences under the Criminal Code; ... providing for the management, by judicial order, of proceeds of crime and offence-related property, whether seized or restrained; and ... providing broader measures for investigation and prosecution in connection with organized crime by expanding the concepts of criminal organization and criminal organization offence and by creating three new offences relating to participation in the activities — legal and illegal — of criminal organizations, and to the actions of their leaders." It requires a review of s. 25.1 tto 25.4 after 3 years.
Amended Code Sec.
It adds s. 25.1, 25.2, 25.3, 25.4, 231(6.2), 423.1, 462.3(1) ["proceeds of crime"], 462.3(1) [definitions], 462.3(2) to (4), 462.32(4.1), 462.331, 462.38(2.1), 462.43(2), 467.11, 467.12, 467.13, 467.14, 486(1.5), 486(2.101), 490.2(4.1), 490.41, 490.81, 515(4.1)(b.1), 743.6(1.2). It replaces s. 2 [definitions], 183 [definitions], 185(1.1), 186(1.1), 186.1, 196(5), 423(1), 462.3 [number change], 462.31(1)(a) and (b), 462.32(1), 462.33(3), 462.33(3.1), 462.33(7), 462.34(6)(a)(i), 462.34(6)(b), 462.36, 462.37(1) and (2), 462.38(1), 462.38(2)(b), 462.38(3), 462.39, 462.41(2)(c), 462.41(3)(a), 462.42(1)(a), 462.42(4), 462.47, 462.48(1), 462.48(2), 462.48(2)(d), 462.48(3), 467.1, 467.2, 486(2.11) and (2.2), 486(4.1), 486(4.7)(b) to (e), 486(4.9)(c), 490.1(1), 490.1(2) and (3), 490.2(1) and (2), 490.2(3), 490.4(2)(c), 490.4(3)(a), 490.5(1)(a) and (b), 490.5(4)(a), 490.8(2)(a), 490.8(3), 490.8(8)(a), 515(4.2), 515(6)(a)(ii), 631(3) to (5), 632, 633, 641, 643(1) and (2), 645(5), 743.6(1.1), 810.01(1) and (3),

It repeals s. 462.3(1) [definitions].

2001, c. 27

2001, c. 27 (Bill C-11)
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Immigration and Refugee Protection Act 2001, c. 27 (Bill C-11) November 1, 2001 June 28, 2002 (partially repealed) official text
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Incidental amendments to the Criminal Code in creating the IRPA.
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It amends s. 462.3, it replaces s. 477.1(a)(ii).

2001, c. 26

2001, c. 26 (Bill C-14)
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Canada Shipping Act, 2001 2001, c. 26 (Bill C-14) November 1, 2001 July 1, 2001 official text
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Incidental amendments to the Criminal Code when introducing the Canada Shipping Act.
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It repeals s. 44.

2000, c. 25

2000, c. 25 (Bill C-18)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (impaired driving causing death and other matters) 2000, c. 25 (Bill C-18) June 29, 2000 March 15, 2001 final bill text Full Legislative History
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It replaces s. 255(3), 256(1). It repeals s. 553(c)(vii).

2000, c. 24

2000, c. 24 (Bill C-19)
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Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act 2000, c. 24 (Bill C-19) June 29, 2000 October 23, 2000 final bill text
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It repeals s. 7(3.71) to (3.77). It modifies s. 183, 469, 745. It replaces s. 607(6).

2000, c. 17

2000, c. 17 (Bill C-22)
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Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) Act 2000, c. 17 (Bill C-22) June 29, 2000 October 28, 2001 final bill text
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Minor incidental amendments to Code relating to Proceeds of Crime Act
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It replaces s. 488.1(11).


2000, c. 10

2000, c. 10 (Bill S-10)
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An Act to amend The National Defence Act, the DNA Identification Act, and the Criminal Code 2000, c. 10 (Bill S-10) June 29, 2000 June 30, 2000 final bill text Full Legislative History
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This Act makes amendments to the Code to "extend the prohibition against unauthorized use of bodily substances and the results of forensic DNA analysis to include those obtained under the National Defence Act." It also "amendments to the Criminal Code clarify and strengthen the existing regime concerning the taking of bodily substances for the purpose of forensic DNA analysis."
Amended Code Sec.
It modifies s. 487.03, 487.057(1), 487.06, replaces s. 487.053, 487.055(2), 487.055(3.1), 487.056(2), (3), 487.058, 487.07 (1), (3), 487.071(1), 487.08(1), (1.1), (2), (2.1), and 487.091(3). It adds FORM 28.1.

2000, c. 2

2000, c. 2 (Bill C-202)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (flight) 2000, c. 2 (Bill C-202) March 30, 2000 March 30, 2000 final bill text Full Legislative History
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It adds s. 249.1, and replaces s. 259(2), 622(5).

2000, c. 1

2000, c. 1 (Bill C-7)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Records Act and to amend another Act in consequence 2000, c. 1 (Bill C-7) March 30, 2000 August 1, 2000 final bill text Full Legislative History
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This act makes minor amendments to the Code.
Amended Code Sec.
It replaces s. 750(4).

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List of Criminal Code Amendments (2010 to 2019)

This page was last substantively updated or reviewed January 2020. (Rev. # 79964)

2010 to 2019

See also: List of Criminal Code Amendments and List of Criminal Code Amendments (2020 to present)

2019, c. 25

2019, c. 25 (Bill C-75)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code, the Youth Criminal Justice Act and other Acts and to make consequential amendments to other Acts 2019, c. 25 (Bill C-75) June 21, 2019 [1] On Royal Assent: s. 278, 301, 314.
90 days after RA (Sept 19, 2019): 1(1), (2), 2, 3, 4(1), 6 to 23, 25 to 29, 33 to 46, 48 to 50 and 52, 55(2), 56 to 59, 61, 63, 64 to 69, 70 to 72, 74 to 76, 79 to 88, 90, 92 to 97, 103 to 110, 112 to 156, 157(1), 158 to 181 and 183 to 186, 187(2), 188, 191 to 201, 203 to 208 and 216, 225(2), 237 to 244, 245(1) to (3), 246, 247, 250, 251, 252 and 253, 254(1), (4), (5) and 255(1), (2), (4) and (5), 256 to 259, 260(1), 261 to 263, 265, 267 to 275, 277, 281(1), (2), 282 to 286, 289 to 294, 298, 299, 302, 305 to 307, 315 to 319, 321, 322, 329 to 333, 334(1), (2), 336(1), 338 to 344, 345(1), 346, 347, 348(1) and (2) and 349(1) and (2), 350 to 353, 370(1) and 376 to 379, 382, 385, 399 and 400.‍1
180 days after RA: (Dec 18th) s. 1(3), 5, 24, 30 to 32, 47 and 91, 157(2), 182, 187(1), 209 to 215, 217 to 224, 225(1), (3) to (7), 226 to 236, 245(4), 248, 249, 254(2), (3), 255(3) and 260(2), 264, 266, 276, 279 and 280, 281(3) and (4), 287, 288, 295, 296, 297, 300, 303, 304, 308 to 313, 323 to 328, 334(3), 335, 336(2), 337, 345(2), 348(3), 349(3), 361 to 369, 370(2), 371 to 375, 380, 381, 387 to 393, 396 to 398 and 400
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Makes changes on various parts of the code, including bail, jury selection, intimate partner violence, victim fine surcharge, warrants, administration of justices offences, limitations on preliminary inquiries, increase maximum penalties, remove unconstitutional offences, and numerous changes to YCJA.
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s. 1(1), (2), (3), 2, 3, 4(1), 5, 6 to 29, 30 to 46 to 50 and 52, 55(2), 56 to 59, 61, 63, 64 to 69, 70 to 72, 74 to 76, 79 to 88, 90 to 97, 103 to 110, 112 to 156, 157(1), 158 to 181 and 183 to 186, 187(2), 188, 191 to 201, 203 to 208 and 216, 225(2), 237 to 244, 245(1) to (3), 246, 247, 250, 251, 252 and 253, 254(1), (4), (5) and 255(1), (2), (4) and (5), 256 to 259, 260(1), 261 to 263, 264, 265 to 280, 281(1), (2), 282 to 286, 289 to 294, 298, 299, 302, 305 to 307, 315 to 319, 321, 322, 329 to 333, 334(1), (2), 336(1), 338 to 344, 345(1), 346, 347, 348(1) and (2) and 349(1) and (2), 350 to 353, 370(1) and 376 to 379, 382, 385 to 398, 399, 400, and 400.‍1. 157(2), 182, 187(1), 209 to 215, 217 to 224, 225(1), (3) to (7), 226 to 236, 245(4), 248, 249, 254(2), (3), 255(3) and 260(2), 281(3) and (4), 287, 288, 295, 296, 297, 300, 301, 303, 304, 308 to 313, 314, 323 to 328, 334(3), 335, 336(2), 337, 345(2), 348(3), 349(3), 361 to 369, 370(2), 371 to 375, 380, 381, 387 to 393.

2019, c. 17

2019, c. 17 (Bill C-84)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (bestiality and animal fighting) 2019, c. 17 (Bill C-84) June 21, 2019 On Royal Assent draft text

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" enactment amends the Criminal Code to... define “bestiality”... expand the scope of the offence of encouraging, aiding or assisting at the fighting or baiting of animals or birds so that the offence...includes promoting, arranging, receiving money for or taking part in the fighting or baiting of animals or birds, and... also applies with respect to the training, transporting or breeding of animals or birds for fighting or baiting; and... expand the scope of the offence of building, making, maintaining or keeping a cockpit so that the offence applies with respect to any arena for animal fighting."
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s. 160, 445.1, and 447.

2019, c. 15

2019, c. 15 (Bill C-xxx)
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2019, c. 14

2019, c. 14 (Bill C-68)
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An Act to amend the Fisheries Act and other Acts in consequence 2019, c. 14 (Bill C-68) June 21, 2019 August 28, 2019 [PC 2019-1184] CanLII text full profile history
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2019, c. 13

2019, c. 13 (Bill C-22)
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National Security Act, 2017 2019, c. 13 (Bill C-22) June 21, 2019 August 1, 2019 [PC 2019-1091] CanLII text full profile history
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2019, c. 11

2019, c. 11 (S-203)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code and other Acts (ending the captivity of whales and dolphins) 2019, c. 11 (S-203) June 21, 2019 full profile history
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2019, c. 9

2019, c. 9 (Bill C-71)
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An Act to amend certain Acts and Regulations in relation to firearms 2019, c. 9 (Bill C-71) June 21, 2019 ? Open Parliament status
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2018, c. 27

2018, c. 27 (Bill C-xx)
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2018, c. 26

2018, c. 26 (Bill C-47)
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An Act to amend the Export and Import Permits Act and the Criminal Code (amendments permitting the accession to the Arms Trade Treaty and other amendments) 2018, c. 26 (Bill C-47) December 13, 2018 September 1, 2019
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"The enactment amends the Criminal Code to include, for interception of private communications purposes, the offence of brokering in the definition of “offence” in section 183." (second reading)
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s. 183.

2018, c. 21

2018, c. 21 (Bill C-46)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (offences relating to conveyances) and to make consequential amendments to other Acts 2018, c. 21 (Bill C-46) June 21, 2018 June 21, 2018 (s. 1 to 11)
December 18, 2018 (s. 12 to 50)
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Part 1 amends the provisions of the Criminal Code that deal with offences and procedures relating to drug-impaired driving. Among other things, the amendments ... enact new criminal offences for driving with a blood drug concentration that is equal to or higher than the permitted concentration; ... authorize the Governor in Council to establish blood drug concentrations; and ... authorize peace officers who suspect a driver has a drug in their body to demand that the driver provide a sample of a bodily substance for analysis by drug screening equipment that is approved by the Attorney General of Canada. Part 2 repeals the provisions of the Criminal Code that deal with offences and procedures relating to conveyances, including those provisions enacted by Part 1, and replaces them with provisions in a new Part of the Criminal Code that, among other things, ... re-enact and modernize offences and procedures relating to conveyances; ... authorize mandatory roadside screening for alcohol;... establish the requirements to prove a person’s blood alcohol concentration; and... increase certain maximum penalties and certain minimum fines.
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s. 253(3), (4), 253.1 254(2), 255 to 259, 230.11 to 320.4, 335(2), 461(3), 487.04, 487.1(1),(5),(7),(8), 662(5), 673, 680(1), 729.1(2),(3), 752, 785, 811.1(2), Form 5.04, 5.1, 5.2.

2018, c. 29

2018, c. 29 (Bill C-51)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Department of Justice Act and to make consequential amendments to another Act 2018, c. 29 (Bill C-51) December 13, 2018 On Royal Assent except for s. 73 and 75 that are on the first anniversary of Royal Assent final text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to amend, remove or repeal passages and provisions that have been ruled unconstitutional or that raise risks with regard to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, as well as passages and provisions that are obsolete, redundant or that no longer have a place in criminal law. It also modifies certain provisions of the Code relating to sexual assault in order to clarify their application and to provide a procedure applicable to the admissibility and use of the complainant’s or a witness’s record when in the possession of the accused."
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It removes s. 49, 71, 125(d) and after, 143, 145 [parts], 163(2)(c), (d), (7), 164(8), 165, 198, 276.‍1 to 276.‍5, 279(3), 279.1(3), 288, 296, 359, 360, 365, 370, 371, 402, 413, 419 after (d), 427, 451, 459 after (c), 469(a)(ii), 794(2).
It replaces s. 55, 57(3), 82, 108(1), 125, 145(2), (3), (4), (5), 153.1(3), 153.1(5)(a), 153.1(5)(b), 163(1), 163(2), 164(3) to (5), 176 to 178, 183 [parts], 207(4)(c), 215(2), 273.1(2), 273.2(a), (c), 276(2), 278.1, 278.3(5), 294, 299(c), 327(1), 342.2(1), 349, 350(b)(ii), 351(1), 352, 354(2), 376, 402.2, 405, 417, 419, 429(2), 445(1)(a),(b), 447.1(1), 450, 451, 452, 454, 458, 459, 517(2), 581(4), 584(1), 601(9), 719(3.1), 743.21(2), parts of Forms 6, 9 to 11, 11.1, 12.
It adds s. 207(4.01), 276(2)(c), 276(4), 278.92 to 278.97

2018, c. 16

2018, c. 16 (Bill C-45)
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An Act respecting cannabis and to amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, the Criminal Code and other Acts (Cannabis Act) 2018, c. 16 (Bill C-45) June 21, 2018 On Royal Assent (s. 160.1, 161, 188 to 193, 194, 199 to 202, 206, and 225)
October 16, 2018 (remainder)
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"...it repeals Part XII.1 of the Criminal Code, which deals with instruments and literature for illicit drug use, and makes consequential amendments to that Act."
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It replaces s. 25.1(14), 462.331(1), 462.37(2.02)*, 462.341, 462.341, 490.81(1), 729(2), 737(1). It modifies s. 109(1), 110(1)(a), 183, 462.37(2.02), 553(c), 673, 785, Form 5.04. It adds 487.04(a.1), 515(4.1)(b.2). It repeals Part XII.1. [first reading version]

2018, c. 12

2018, c. 12 (Bill X-XX)
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Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No 1 2018, c. 12 (Bill X-XX) June 21, 2018 September 19, 2018 (s. 403 to 405)
October 17, 2018 (s. 114)
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Makes minor changes to list of wiretap eligible offences under s. 183. Amends s. 2.2(1). Adds Part XXII.1 to the Code re "Remediation Agreements"
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2018, c. 11

2018 c. 11 (Bill C-66)
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Expungement of Historically Unjust Convictions Act 2018 c. 11 (Bill C-66) June 21, 2018 June 21, 2018 official text
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2017, c. 27

2017, c. 27 (Bill C-23)
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Full: An Act respecting the preclearance of persons and goods in Canada and the United States
Short: Preclearance Act, 2016
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s. 117.071 and 579.001.

2017, c. 23

2017, c. 23 (Bill C-305)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (mischief) 2017, c. 23 (Bill C-305) December 12, 2017 On Royal Assent official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to add to the offence of mischief relating to religious property the act of mischief in relation to property that is used for educational purposes, for administrative, social, cultural or sports activities or events or as a residence for seniors."
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Replaces s. 430(4.1). Adds s. 430(4.‍101)

2017, c. 22

2017, c. 22 (Bill S-231)
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An Act to amend the Canada Evidence Act and the Criminal Code (protection of journalistic sources) 2017, c. 22 (Bill S-231) October 18, 2017 On Royal Assent official text
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"The enactment ... amends the Criminal Code so that only a judge of a superior court of criminal jurisdiction or a judge within the meaning of section 552 of that Act may issue a search warrant relating to a journalist. It also provides that a search warrant can be issued only if the judge is satisfied that there is no other way by which the desired information can reasonably be obtained and that the public interest in the investigation and prosecution of a criminal offence outweighs the journalist’s right to privacy in the collection and dissemination of information. The judge must also be satisfied that these same conditions apply before an officer can examine, reproduce or make copies of a document obtained under a search warrant relating to a journalist."
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It adds s. 488.01.

2017, c. 7

2017, c. 7 (Bill C-37)
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An Act to amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and to make related amendments to other Acts 2017, c. 7 (Bill C-37) May 18, 2017 On Royal Assent official text
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"It... makes ... amendments to the Criminal Code and the Seized Property Management Act" related to CDSA amendments.
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It replaces s. 83.13(4)(a), (b), 83.13(5), (6), (7) to (9), 462.331(3)(a), (b), 462.331(4),(5), (6(a), (b), (7), (8), 462.37(1), (2), 462.38(2)(b), 462.41(2), 490.1(1), (2), (4)(a),(b), 490.4(2) 490.41(2)(a),(b), 490.81(3)(a),(b), (4), (5), 490.81(6)(a),(b), 490.81(7), (8). It adds s. 83.13(4)(c), 83.13(8.1), (9.1), 462.331(7.1), (8.1), 490.81(7.1), (8.1).

2017, c. 13

2017, c. 13 (Bill C-16)
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An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code 2017, c. 13 (Bill C-16) June 19, 2017 On Royal Assent official text
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This amendment to the Code aims to "extend the protection against hate propaganda set out in that Act to any section of the public that is distinguished by gender identity or expression and to clearly set out that evidence that an offence was motivated by bias, prejudice or hate based on gender identity or expression constitutes an aggravating circumstance that a court must take into consideration when it imposes a sentence."
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It replaces s. 318(4) and 718.2(a)(i)

2017, c. 33

2017, c. 33 (Bill C-63)
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Full: A second Act to implement certain provisions of the budget tabled in Parliament on March 22, 2017 and other measures
Short: Budget Implementation Act, 2017, No 2
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s. 188

2016, c. 3

2016, c. 3 (Bill C-14)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code and to make related amendments to other Acts (medical assistance in dying) 2016, c. 3 (Bill C-14) June 17, 2016 s. 4 and 5 of the Act [relates to s. 241.‍31 and 241.4(2) of Code] is in force on June 17, 2017 official text
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The amendment amends the Criminal Code to, "...create exemptions from the offences of culpable homicide, of aiding suicide and of administering a noxious thing, in order to permit medical practitioners and nurse practitioners to provide medical assistance in dying and to permit pharmacists and other persons to assist in the process;...specify the eligibility criteria and the safeguards that must be respected before medical assistance in dying may be provided to a person; ...require that medical practitioners and nurse practitioners who receive requests for, and pharmacists who dispense substances in connection with the provision of, medical assist­ance in dying provide information for the purpose of permitting the monitoring of medical assistance in dying, and authorize the Minister of Health to make regulations respecting that information; and ... create new offences for failing to comply with the safeguards, for forging or destroying documents related to medical assistance in dying, for failing to provide the required information and for contravening the regulations."
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It replaces s. 14, 241, 241.1, 241.2, 241.3, 241.4, 241.‍31 adds s. 227, and modifies s. 241.4(2), 245

2015, c. 34

2015, c. 34 (Bill C-35)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (law enforcement animals, military animals and service animals) 2015, c. 34 (Bill C-35) June 23, 2015 On Royal Assent official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to better protect law enforcement animals, military animals and service animals and to ensure that offenders who harm those animals or assault peace officers are held fully accountable."
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It adds s. 270.03, 445.01 and 718.03

2015, c. 29

2015, c. 29 (Bill S-7)
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Zero Tolerance for Barbaric Cultural Practices Act 2015, c. 29 (Bill S-7) June 18, 2015 July 16, 2015 [PC No 2015-1073] official text
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Amends Criminal Code to "clarify that it is an offence for an officiant to knowingly solemnize a marriage in contravention of federal law; provide that it is an offence to celebrate, aid or participate in a marriage rite or ceremony knowing that one of the persons being married is doing so against their will or is under the age of 16 years; provide that it is an offence to remove a child from Canada with the intention that an act be committed outside Canada that, if it were committed in Canada, would constitute the offence of celebrating, aiding or participating in a marriage rite or ceremony knowing that the child is doing so against their will or is under the age of 16 years; provide that a judge may order a person to enter into a recognizance with conditions to keep the peace and be of good behaviour for the purpose of preventing the person from committing an offence relating to the marriage of a person against their will or the marriage of a person under the age of 16 years or relating to the removal of a child from Canada with the intention of committing an act that, if it were committed in Canada, would be such an offence; and provide that the defence of provocation is restricted to circumstances in which the victim engaged in conduct that would constitute an indictable offence under the Criminal Code that is punishable by five years or more in prison. ".
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The amendment involves replacing s. 150.1(2.1), 232(2), 232(3)(a), 295, and 811. It also adds s. 150.1(2.2), 293.1, 293.2, and 810.02 and it changes s. 273.3(1).

2015, c. 23

2015, c. 23 (C-26)
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Full: An Act to amend the Criminal Code, the Canada Evidence Act and the Sex Offender Information Registration Act, to enact the High Risk Child Sex Offender Database Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts

Short: Tougher Penalties for Child Predators Act

2015, c. 23 (C-26) June 18, 2015 July 16, 2015 (s. 2 to 19) [PC No 2015-1074]
December 1, 2016 (s. 21 to 28) [PC No 2016-0989]
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Amends the Criminal Code to "increase mandatory minimum penalties and maximum penalties for certain sexual offences against children; increase maximum penalties for violations of prohibition orders, probation orders and peace bonds; clarify and codify the rules regarding the imposition of consecutive and concurrent sentences; require courts to impose, in certain cases, consecutive sentences on offenders who commit sexual offences against children; and ensure that a court that imposes a sentence must take into consideration evidence that the offence in question was committed while the offender was subject to a conditional sentence order or released on parole, statutory release or unescorted temporary absence." Creates a public database of child sex offenders under the High Risk Child Sex Offender Database Act.
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It amends s. 151, 152, 153, 160, 161, 163.1, 170, 171, 171.1, 172, 172.1, 172.2, 212, 271, 272, 718.2, 718.3, 733.1, and 811.

2015, c. 20

2015, c. 20 (Bill C-51)
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Full: An Act to enact the Security of Canada Information Sharing Act and the Secure Air Travel Act, to amend the Criminal Code, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and to make related and consequential amendments to other Acts

Short: Anti-terrorism Act, 2015

2015, c. 20 (Bill C-51) June 18, 2015 July 1 and August 1, 2015 [PC# 2015-1053] official text
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The Act "amends the Criminal Code to, with respect to recognizances to keep the peace relating to a terrorist activity or a terrorism offence, extend their duration, provide for new thresholds, authorize a judge to impose sureties and require a judge to consider whether it is desirable to include in a recognizance conditions regarding passports and specified geographic areas. With respect to all recognizances to keep the peace, the amendments also allow hearings to be conducted by video conference and orders to be transferred to a judge in a territorial division other than the one in which the order was made and increase the maximum sentences for breach of those recognizances. It further amends the Criminal Code to provide for an offence of knowingly advocating or promoting the commission of terrorism offences in general. It also provides a judge with the power to order the seizure of terrorist propaganda or, if the propaganda is in electronic form, to order the deletion of the propaganda from a computer system. Finally, it amends the Criminal Code to provide for the increased protection of witnesses, in particular of persons who play a role in respect of proceedings involving security information or criminal intelligence information, and makes consequential amendments to other Acts."
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It amended s. 2, 83.3(7.1), (8.1), 83.31(2), (3), 487.04, 810.01(8), 810.011(6), 811(a), (b), added s. 83.221 to 83.223, 83.3(11.1), (11.2), 486.7, 810.011, 810.21, 810.22, and replaces s. 83.3(2)(a), (b), 83.3(4), 83.3(8)(a), (b), (12), 195(1)(a), (b), 486(1), 810.01(1)

2015, c. 13

2015, c. 13 (Bill C-32)
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An Act to enact the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights and to amend certain Acts 2015, c. 13 (Bill C-32) April 23, 2015 July 23, 2015 (some s. delayed, see s. 37 to 44 of Act) [PC# 2015-0846 and 2016-0366] official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to... align the definition of “victim” with the definition of “victim” in the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights... protect the privacy and security interests of complainants and witnesses in proceedings involving certain sexual offences and ensure that they are informed of their right to be represented by legal counsel... broaden the conduct to which the offence of intimidation of justice system participants applies... expand the list of factors that a court may take into consideration when determining whether an exclusion order is in the interest of the proper administration of justice... make testimonial aids more accessible to vulnerable witnesses... enable witnesses to testify using a pseudonym in appropriate cases... make publication bans for victims under the age of 18 mandatory on application... provide that an order for judicial interim release must indicate that the safety and security of every victim was taken into consideration... require the court to inquire of the prosecutor if reasonable steps have been taken to inform the victims of any plea agreement entered into by the accused and the prosecutor in certain circumstances... add victim impact statement forms to assist victims to convey their views at sentencing proceedings and at hearings held by Review Boards... provide that the acknowledgment of the harm done to the victims and to the community is a sentencing objective... clarify the provisions relating to victim impact statements... allow for community impact statements to be considered for all offences... provide that victims may request a copy of a judicial interim release order, probation order or a conditional sentence order... specify that the victim surcharge must be paid within the reasonable time established by the lieutenant governor of the province in which it is imposed... provide a form for requesting a restitution order; and... provide that courts must consider the making of a restitution order in all cases, and that, in multiple victim cases, a restitution order may specify the amounts owed to each victim and designate the priority of payment among the victims." It also creates certain rights for victims in criminal proceedings.
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It adds s. 2.2, 278.4(2.1), 486.31, 515(13), 606(4.1) to (4.4), 737.1, 739.1 to 739.4, and Form 48.1 in Part XXVIII. It replaces s. 287.2(1), (1)(b), 287.3(5), 287.5(2), 278.6(3), 278.7(2), (3), 423.1(1), 486(2), 486.1(1) to (3), 486.2, 486.3(1) to (4.1), 486.4(1), (1)(a), (1)(b), (2), 486.5(1), (2), (7)(b), 672.5(14), 718 (a), (f), 718.2(e), 722, 722.2, 732.1(5)(a), 737(4), 741, 741.1, 742.3(3)(a), Form 34.1 in Part XXVIII. It repeals s. 380.3, 380.4, 423.1(2), 672.5(16), 745.63(2).

2015, c. 3

2015, c. 3 (Bill C-47)
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Full: An Act to correct certain anomalies, inconsistencies and errors and to deal with other matters of a non-controversial and uncomplicated nature in the Statutes of Canada and to repeal certain provisions that have expired, lapsed or otherwise ceased to have effect

Short: Miscellaneous Statute Law Amendment Act, 2014

2015, c. 3 (Bill C-47) February 26, 2015 On Royal Assent official text
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The amendment means to "correct certain anomalies, inconsistencies and errors and to deal with other matters of a non-controversial and uncomplicated nature in the Statutes of Canada and to repeal certain provisions that have expired, lapsed or otherwise ceased to have effect".
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It amends s. 2, 84(1), 164(8), 493, 552, schedule to Part XXV, it replaces s. 188(4)(c), (e), 287(6)(a), 320(8), 482(2)(l), 745.6(3)(c), (e), 812(1)(c), (f) , (g).

2015, c. 1

2015, c. 1 (Bill S-221)
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Act to amend the Criminal Code (assaults against public transit operators) 2015, c. 1 (Bill S-221) February 25th, 2015 February 25th, 2015 official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to require a court to consider the fact that the victim of an assault [offences under s. 264.1(1)(a) or any of sections 266 to 269] is a public transit operator to be an aggravating circumstance for the purposes of sentencing."
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s. 269.01.

2014, c. 39

2014, c. 39 (Bill C-43)
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Economic Action Plan 2014 Act, No 2 2014, c. 39 (Bill C-43) 16 December 2014 ? CanLII text Full Legislative History
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2014, c. 32

2014, c. 32 (Bill C-8)
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Combating Counterfeit Products Act 2014, c. 32 (Bill C-8) November 6, 2014 January 1, 2015 [PC# 2014-1451] official text
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Consequential amendments to the Code relating to new offences in the Copyright and Trade-marks Act.
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s. 183.

2014, c. 31

2014, c. 31 (Bill C-13)
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Protecting Canadians from Online Crime Act 2014, c. 31 (Bill C-13) December 9, 2014 March 9, 2015 official text
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The "enactment amends the Criminal Code to provide...for ... a new offence of non-consensual distribution of intimate images as well as complementary amendments to authorize the removal of such images from the Internet and the recovery of expenses incurred to obtain the removal of such images, the forfeiture of property used in the commission of the offence, a recognizance order to be issued to prevent the distribution of such images and the restriction of the use of a computer or the Internet by a convicted offender;... the power to make preservation demands and orders to compel the preservation of electronic evidence;...new production orders to compel the production of data relating to the transmission of communications and the location of transactions, individuals or things; ...a warrant that will extend the current investigative power for data associated with telephones to transmission data relating to all means of telecommunications; ... warrants that will enable the tracking of transactions, individuals and things and that are subject to legal thresholds appropriate to the interests at stake; and ... a streamlined process of obtaining warrants and orders related to an authorization to intercept private communications by ensuring that those warrants and orders can be issued by a judge who issues the authorization and by specifying that all documents relating to a request for a related warrant or order are automatically subject to the same rules respecting confidentiality as the request for authorization."
Amended Code Sec.
It adds s. 4(8), 162.1, 162.2, 186(8), 187(8), 188(6), 342.2(4), Form 5.001 to 5.0091, replaces s. 164(1), (3) to (5), (7), 164.1(5), (7), 320.1(1), (5), (7), 327 , 342.1(1), 342.2(1), (2), 371, 372, 430(1.1), 430(5), (5.1), (8), 487.011 to 487.02, header of 487.1, 487.3(1)(b), 492.1, 492.2, 810(1), it modifies s. 164(8), 164.1(1), 164.2(1), 183, 342.1(2), 487.3(1) 738(1) and repeals s. 326(2), 342.1(2).

2014, c. 25

2014, c. 25 (Bill C-36)
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Full: An Act to amend the Criminal Code in response to the Supreme Court of Canada decision in Attorney General of Canada v. Bedford and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
Short: Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act
2014, c. 25 (Bill C-36) November 6th, 2014 December 6th, 2014 official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to ... create an offence that prohibits purchasing sexual services or communicating in any place...; create an offence that prohibits receiving a material benefit that derived from the commission of this [purchasing offence]; create an offence that prohibits the advertisement of sexual services offered for sale and to authorize the courts to order the seizure of materials containing such advertisements and their removal from the Internet; modernize the offence that prohibits the procurement of persons for the purpose of prostitution; create an offence that prohibits communicating... for the purpose of selling sexual services ... [in a public place where children frequent]; ...and specify that, for the purposes of certain offences, a weapon includes any thing used, designed to be use or intended for use in binding or tying up a person against their will."
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It modifies s. 2(b), 212(2), (4), 150.1(5), 161(1.1)(a), 183, 274, 278.2(1)(a), 486(3), 486.4(1)(a) and (b), 486.04, 490.011(1), 810.1(1). It adds 161(1.1)(d), 286.1 to 286.5, 487.04 segments, 752 segments. It replaces s. 164(1), (3) to (5), (7), (8), 164.1(1), (5), (7), 171.1(1)(a), 172.1(1)(a), 172.2(1)(a), 197(1) definitions, 213(1), 278.2(1), 279.02, 279.03, 487.04 segments, 487.051, 490.012(1), (2), (3)(a), 490.013(2.1), 490.02904(3)(d), 753.1(2)(a), Form 5.04 (b)(iii), Form 53 segments. It repeals s. 197(1) definitions, 212, 487.04 segments, 490.011(1) segments, 752 segments.

2014, c. 23

2014, c. 23 (Bill C-10)
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Full: An Act to amend the Criminal Code (trafficking in contraband tobacco)
Short: Tackling Contraband Tobacco Act
2014, c. 23 (Bill C-10) November 6, 2014 April 10, 2015 [PC# 2015-0339] official text
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Amends Code to "create a new offence of trafficking in contraband tobacco and to provide for minimum penalties of imprisonment for repeat offenders".
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s. 2, 121.1.

2014, c. 32

2014, c. 21 (Bill C-489)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (restrictions on offenders) 2014, c. 21 (Bill C-489) June 19, 2014 September 19, 2014 official text
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"This enactment amends section 161 of the Criminal Code to require a court to consider making an order prohibiting certain offenders from being within two kilometres, or any other distance specified in the order, of any dwellinghouse where the victim identified in the order resides or of any other place specified in the order. It also amends subsection 732.1(2) (probation) to ensure that the offender abstains from communicating with any victim, witness or other person identified in a probation order, or refrains from going to any place specified in the order, except in accordance with certain conditions. It makes similar amendments to section 742.3 (conditional sentence orders) and subsection 810.1(3.02) (conditions of recognizance)." It amends Code provisions relating to probation orders, conditional sentence orders, peace bonds, and 161 orders requiring judges to put restrictions on accused against being near or contacting victims or witnesses.
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It adds 161(1)(a.1), 732.1(2)(a.1), 732.1(2.1), (2.2), 742.3(1.1) to (1.3), and 810.1(3.02)(b.1).

2014, c. 17

2014, c. 17 (Bill C-394)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the National Defence Act (criminal organization recruitment) 2014, c. 17 (Bill C-394) June 19, 2014 On Royal Assent official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to make it an offence to recruit, solicit, encourage, coerce or invite a person to join a criminal organization. It establishes a penalty for that offence and a more severe penalty for the recruitment of persons who are under 18 years of age. This enactment also makes a related amendment to the National Defence Act."
Amended Code Sec.
It amends s. 2, 183, 185, 186, 462.48(1.1), 467.1(2), 467.2(1), 467.2(2), 487.04(a.1).

It adds s. 467.111. It replaces s. 467.14, 486.2(5)(a), 515(6)(a)(ii), 743.6(1.1), 743.6(1.2).

2014, c. 10

2014, c. 10 (Bill C-444)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (personating peace officer or public officer) 2014, c. 10 (Bill C-444) June 19, 2014 On Royal Assent official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to establish that personating a police officer or a public officer for the purpose of committing another offence must be considered by a court to be an aggravating circumstance for sentencing purposes."
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It adds 130.1 which increases penalties for the offence of personating peace officers.

2014, c. 9

2014, c 9 (Bill C-217)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (mischief relating to war memorials) 2014, c 9 (Bill C-217) June 19, 2014 On Royal Assent official text
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Enacts "the offence of committing mischief in relation to a war memorial or cenotaph".
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It adds s. 430(4.11).

2014, c. 6

2014, c. 6 (Bill C-14)
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Not Criminally Responsible Reform Act 2014, c. 6 (Bill C-14) April 10, 2014 July 10, 2014 official text
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"This enactment amends the mental disorder regime in the Criminal Code and the National Defence Act to specify that the paramount consideration in the decision-making process is the safety of the public and to create a scheme for finding that certain persons who have been found not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder are high-risk accused. It also enhances the involvement of victims in the regime and makes procedural and technical amendments." It creates new consideration of "high risk" offenders found to be NCR. It amends 672.1(1), 672.11(d.1), 672.121, 672.54, Form 48, Form 48.1.
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It replaces s. 672.5(1), 672.5(15.2) to (16), 672.51(1), 672.5401, 672.75, 672.76(2)(a), 672.81(1.4) (1.5), 672.88, 672.89. It added 672.21(3)(c), 672.47(4), (5), 672.5(5.2), 672.5(13.3), 672.541, 672.542, 672.56(1.1), 672.64, 672.76(2)(a.1), 672.84.

2013, c. 40

2013, c. 40 (Bill C-4)
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2013, c. 32

2013, c. 32 (Bill C-299)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (kidnapping of young person) 2013, c. 32 (Bill C-299) June 26, 2013 On Royal Assent official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to prescribe a minimum punishment of five years when a kidnap victim is under sixteen years of age, unless the person who commits the offence is a parent, guardian or person having the lawful care or charge of the victim."
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It amends s. 279 on kidnapping.

2013, c. 24

2013, c. 24 (Bill C-15)
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Strengthening Military Justice in the Defence of Canada Act 2013, c. 24 (Bill C-15) June 19, 2013 October 18, 2013 (s. 17, 97 and 104), June 1, 2014 (remainder) official text
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Minor grammatical edits.
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It makes minor edits to french wording in s. 5 of Form 52

2013, c. 19

2013, c. 19 (Bill S-209)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (prize fights) 2013, c. 19 (Bill S-209) June 19, 2013 August 20, 2012 official text
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The amendment "expand[s] the list of permitted sports under the prize fighting provisions".
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It replaces s. 83(2).

2013, c. 15

2013, c. 15 (C-309)
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Preventing Persons from Concealing Their Identity during Riots and Unlawful Assemblies Act 2013, c. 15 (C-309) June 19, 2013 On Royal Assent official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to make it an offence to wear a mask or other disguise to conceal one’s identity while taking part in a riot or an unlawful assembly." Amends Code to include an offence for wearing a disguise or mask when participating in a riot or unlawful assembly
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It amends s. 65 and 66.

2013, c. 13

2013, c. 13 (Bill S-9)
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Nuclear Terrorism Act 2013, c. 13 (Bill S-9) June 19, 2013 November 1, 2013 [PC# 2013-0983] official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to create four new offences relating to nuclear terrorism in order to implement the Amendment to the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and the International Convention for the Suppression of Acts of Nuclear Terrorism."
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It amends s. 2, 183, 487.04, 607(6), adds s. 7(2.21), 82.2 to 82.7, it replaces s. 83.01(1)(a)(v), it repeals s. 7(3.2) to (3.6).

2013, c. 11

2013, c. 11 (Bill C-37)
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Increasing Offenders’ Accountability for Victims Act 2013, c. 11 (Bill C-37) June 19, 2013 October 24, 2013 [PC# 2013-1061] official text
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This Act amends s. 737 to require victim fine surcharges upon sentencing in all cases.
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It replaces s. 673(b), 737(1), 737(2)(a) and (b), 785(b), it repeals s. 737(5) and (6), 737(10), it amends s. 737(9)

2013, c. 9

2013, c. 9 (Bill S-7)
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Combating Terrorism Act 2013, c. 9 (Bill S-7) April 25, 2013 July 15, 2013 official text
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"This enactment replaces sections 83.28 to 83.3 of the Criminal Code to provide for an investigative hearing for the purpose of gathering information for an investigation of a terrorism offence and to allow for the imposition of a recognizance with conditions on a person to prevent them from carrying out a terrorist activity. In addition, the enactment provides for those sections to cease to have effect or for the possible extension of their operation. The enactment also provides that the Attorney General of Canada and the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness include in their respective annual reports their opinion on whether those sections should be extended. It also amends the Criminal Code to create offences of leaving or attempting to leave Canada to commit certain terrorism offences."
Amended Code Sec.
It adds s. 83.31(1.1), (3.1). It replaces s. 7(2)(b) and (c), 83.08(2), 83.1(1), 83.23, 83.28, 83.29, 83.3, 83.32(1) to (2), 83.32(4), 83.33, 462.48(2)(d). It amends s. 183, 487.04 segments. It adds s. 83.181, 83.191, 83.201, 83.202. It repeals s. 83.1(2)

2013, c. 8

2013, c. 8 (Bill C-55)
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Response to the Supreme Court of Canada Decision in R v Tse Act 2013, c. 8 (Bill C-55) March 27, 2013 s. 5 (Sept 27, 2013) remainder (Mar 27, 2013) official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to provide, in response to the Supreme Court’s decision in R v Tse, safeguards related to the authority to intercept private communications without prior judicial authorization under section 184.4 of that Act. Notably, the enactment... requires the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness and the Attorney General of each province to report on the interceptions of private communications made under section 184.4... provides that a person who has been the object of such an interception must be notified of the interception within a specified period... narrows the class of individuals who can make such an interception; and... limits those interceptions to offences listed in section 183 of the Criminal Code."
Amended Code Sec.
It replaces s. 184.4, 195(1), (2), (3), (5). It adds s. 195(2.1), 196.1. It modifies s. 183, 191(2)(a) and (b.1).

2012, c. 29

2012, c. 29 (Bill C-36)
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Full: An Act to amend the Criminal Code (elder abuse)
Short: Protecting Canada's Seniors Act
2012, c. 29 (Bill C-36) December 14, 2012 January 13, 2013 official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to add vulnerability due to age as an aggravating circumstance for sentencing purposes."
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It adds s. 718.2(a)(iii.1).

2012, c. 19

2012, c. 19 (Bill C-38)
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Jobs, Growth and Long-term Prosperity Act 2012, c. 19 (Bill C-38) May 29, 2012 ? CanLII text Full Legislative History
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2012, c. 15

2012, c. 15 (Bill C-310)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (trafficking in persons) 2012, c. 15 (Bill C-310) June 28, 2012 June 28, 2012 official text
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extends scope of trafficking in persons offences to include those operating outside of Canada.
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It amended s. 7(4.1) and 279.04

2012, c. 9

2012 c. 9 (Bill C-26)
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Citizen's Arrest and Self-Defence Act 2012 c. 9 (Bill C-26) June 28, 2012 March 11, 2013 [PC# 2013-0016] official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to enable a person who owns or has lawful possession of property, or persons authorized by them, to arrest within a reasonable time a person whom they find committing a criminal offence on or in relation to that property. It also amends the Criminal Code to simplify the provisions relating to the defences of property and persons."
Amended Code Sec.
It replaces s. 34 to 42, 494(2), it adds s. 494(4).

2012, c. 6

2012, c. 6 (Bill C-19)
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Full: An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Firearms Act
Short: Ending the Long-gun Registry Act
2012, c. 6 (Bill C-19) April 5, 2012 April 5, 2012 official text
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It removes requirements relating to the "requirement to register firearms that are neither prohibited nor restricted".
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It replaces s. 91(1),(4)(b)(ii), (5), 92(1), (4)(b)(ii), 94(1)(2)(a)(i) and (ii), 95(1), 106(1)(a) and (b), 108(3) and 117.03(1) and (2). It repeals s. 92(5) and (6), 94(5).

2012, c. 1

2012, c. 1 (Bill C-10)
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Full: An Act to enact the Justice for Victims of Terrorism Act and to amend the State Immunity Act, the Criminal Code, the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, the Corrections and Conditional Release Act, the Youth Criminal Justice Act, the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and other Acts
Short: Safe Streets and Communities Act
2012, c. 1 (Bill C-10) March 13, 2012 PC# 2012-00770]
August 9, 2012 (s. 10 to 31 and 35 to 38) [PC# 2012-0841]
October 23, 2012 (s. 167 to 203) [PC# 2012-0841]
November 6, 2012 (s. 32(1), 33, 39 to 47, 49 and 50) [PC# 2012-0841]
November 20, 2012 (s. 34) [PC# 2012-0841]
February 28, 2013 (s. 160) [PC# 2013-0121]
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The Act "amends the Criminal Code to... increase or impose mandatory minimum penalties, and increase maximum penalties, for certain sexual offences with respect to children;... create offences of making sexually explicit material available to a child and of agreeing or arranging to commit a sexual offence against a child;... expand the list of specified conditions that may be added to prohibition and recognizance orders to include prohibitions concerning contact with a person under the age of 16 and use of the Internet or any other digital network;... expand the list of enumerated offences that may give rise to such orders and prohibitions; and... eliminate the reference, in section 742.1, to serious personal injury offences and to restrict the availability of conditional sentences for all offences for which the maximum term of imprisonment is 14 years or life and for specified offences, prosecuted by way of indictment, for which the maximum term of imprisonment is 10 years." Most amendments are changes to the sentencing provisions of child-related sex offences and serious offences with available Conditional Sentences.
Amended Code Sec.
It amends s. 7(4.1), 161(1), 161(1.1)(a), 164.2(1), 172.1(1), 183, 271, 272(2), 273(2), 486(3), 487.04(a), 752, 810.1(1), and Form 5.04. It replaces s. 151(a), (b), 152(a), (b), 153(1.1)(a), (b), 155(2), 160(3), 163.1(2)(b), 163.1(3)(b), 163.1(4)(a) and (b), 163.1(4.1)(a) and (b), 170(a) and (b), 171(b), 172.1(2), 173, 515(4.1)(c), 515(6)(d), 553(c)(xi), 742.1, 753.1(2)(a), 810.1(3.02)(a). It adds s. 171.1, 172.2.

2011, c. 16

2011, c. 16 (Bill C-2)
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Full: An Act to amend the Criminal Code (mega-trials)
Short: Fair and Efficient Criminal Trials Act
2011, c. 16 (Bill C-2) June 26, 2011 s. 2,4-6, 7(2),(4), 10, 11, and 14-16 (August 15, 2011) and remaining (Oct 24, 2011) [PC# 2011-0827] official text
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Creates power to appoint case mgmt judge with certain powers. Makes additions to protect jurors more and increases available numbers. Binds re-trials to previous voir dires.
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it adds s. 523(1.2) and 551.1 to 551.8, 631(2.1), 652.1 and 653.1. Replaces s. 523(2), 601, 631(3), (3.1), (5), and (6), 640(2.2), 641, 642.1(1), 643(1), 669.2(3) and (4) and 795.

2011, c. 7

2011, c. 7 (Bill C-30)
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Response to the Supreme Court of Canada Decision in R v Shoker Act 2011, c. 7 (Bill C-30) March 23, 2011 March 12, 2015 [PC# 2014-1449] official text
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"This enactment amends the Criminal Code to allow a court to require that an offender or defendant provide a sample of a bodily substance on the demand of peace officers, probation officers, supervisors or designated persons, or at regular intervals, in order to enforce compliance with a prohibition on consuming drugs or alcohol imposed in a probation order, a conditional sentence order or a recognizance under section 810, 810.01, 810.1 or 810.2 of that Act."
Amended Code Sec.
It adds s. 729.1, 732.1(7) to (12), 732.11, 742.3(5) to (10), 742.31, 810(3.1), (3.2), 810.1(3.02)(f), (g), 810.2(4.1)(f), (g), 810.3, 810.4, 811.1 and Form 51. Replaces s. 732.1(3)(c), 742.3(2)(a), 810(3), 810(4), and 810.01(4.1).

2011, c. 6

2011, c. 6 (Bill C-21)
SI/2011-82
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Standing up for Victims of White Collar Crime Act 2011, c. 6 (Bill C-21)
SI/2011-82
March 23, 2011 November 1, 2011 [PC# 2011-1121] official text
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Adds mandatory minimum for fraud over one million and amends the aggravating factors found in s. 380.1.
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Creates prohibition orders under 380.2, more restitution orders under s. 380.3 and community impact statements under s. 380.4.

2011, c. 5

2011, c. 5 (Bill C-48)
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Protecting Canadians by Ending Sentence Discounts for Multiple Murders Act 2011, c. 5 (Bill C-48) March 23, 2011 December 2, 2011 [PC# 2011-1383] official text
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Amendments with respect to "parole inadmissibility period for offenders convicted of multiple murders".
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It add s. 675(2.3), 676(6), 745.21, and 745.51.

2011, c. 2

2011, c. 2 (Bill S-6)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code and another Act 2011, c. 2 (Bill S-6) December 2, 2011 On Royal Assent [PC# 2011-1384] official text
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The act "amends the Criminal Code with regard to the right of persons convicted of murder or high treason to be eligible to apply for early parole".
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It adds s. 745.01(2), 745.21, 745.51, 745.6(1)(a.1), 745.6(2.1) to (2.8). It also replaces s. 745.6(1), 745.61(1), (2), (3) to (5), 745.63(6)(a) and 745.63(8).

2010, c. 20

2010, c. 20 (Bill C-464)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (justification for detention in custody) 2010, c. 20 (Bill C-464) December 15, 2010 On Royal Assent official text
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The Act "amends the Criminal Code to provide that the detention of an accused in custody may be justified where it is necessary for the protection or safety of the public, including any person under the age of 18 years."
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It replaces s. 515(10)(b).

2010, c. 19

2010, c. 19 (Bill S-215)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (suicide bombings) 2010, c. 19 (Bill S-215) December 15, 2010 November 30, 2011 [PC# 2011-1322] official text
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The act "clarif[ies] that suicide bombings fall within the definition terrorist activity."
Amended Code Sec.
s. 83.01(1.2)

2010, c. 17

2010, c. 17 (Bill S-2)
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Protecting Victims From Sex Offenders Act 2010, c. 17 (Bill S-2) December 15, 2010 April 15, 2011 official text
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It amends he Criminal Code to "enhance police investigation of crimes of a sexual nature and allow police services to use the national database proactively to prevent crimes of a sexual nature", "require[s] sex offenders arriving in Canada to comply with" SOIRA, and "provide[s] that sex offenders who are subject to a mandatory requirement to comply with the Sex Offender Information Registration Act are also subject to a mandatory requirement to provide a sample for forensic DNA analysis".
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The act replaces s. 173(2), 490.012, 490.013(3), 490.014, 490.015(1)(c), 490.015(4), 490.016(1), (3), 490.017(2), 490.023(2), (4), 490.024(2), 490.025, 490.026(1), (5), 490.027(1), (3), 490.029(2). It adds s. 490.02901 to 490.02911. It also amends s. 487.04, 490.011(1), 490.018(1)(d), 490.019.

2010, c. 14

2010, c. 14 (Bill S-9)
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Full: An Act to amend the Criminal Code (auto theft and trafficking in property obtained by crime)
Short: Tackling Auto Theft and Property Crime Act
2010, c. 14 (Bill S-9) November 18, 2010 April 29, 2011 official text
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The act "create[s] offences in connection with the theft of a motor vehicle, the alteration, removal or obliteration of a vehicle identification number, the trafficking of property or proceeds obtained by crime and the possession of such property or proceeds for the purposes of trafficking, and to provide for an in rem prohibition of the importation or exportation of such property or proceeds".
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It amends s. 183. It adds s. 333.1, 353.1, 355.1 to 355.5. It replaces s. 462.3(3)(b)(i), 462.34(7), 462.48(1.1)(b), 491.2(1), and 593(1).

2010, c. 3

2010, c. 3 (Bill C-268)
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code (minimum sentence for offences involving trafficking of persons under the age of eighteen years) 2010, c. 3 (Bill C-268) June 29, 2010 June 29, 2010 official text
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The act creates "minimum punishment of imprisonment for a term of five years for offences involving trafficking of persons under the age of eighteen years".
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It amends s. 183, 487.04, 490.011(1), and 752. It adds s. 279.011. It replaces s. 279.02, 279.03, 486(3), 486.4(1)(a)(i)

See Also

List of Criminal Code Forms

See also: Criminal Code Forms, Criminal Code Forms (Form 1 to 5.3), Criminal Code Forms (Form 6 to 30), and Criminal Code Forms (Form 31 to 54)
Form Title Related Section Amendments Related Articles
Form 1 Information to Obtain a Search Warrant s. 320.29, 487 [Section 487 Search Warrants] R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 1; 2018, c. 21, s. 28. Section 487 Search Warrants
Form 2 Information s. 506 [Laying of an Information] and 788 [Laying an Summary Offence Information] R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 2;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184.
Informations and Indictments
Form 3 Repealed Repealed [Repealed, R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184] N/A
Form 4 Heading of Indictment s. 566 [Preferring indictments], 566.1 [Indictments, Nunavut], 580 [Form of indictment] and 591 [Joinder and severance] R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 4;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184;
1999, c. 3, s. 58.
Informations and Indictments
Form 5 Warrant to Search s. 320.29 and 487 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 5;
1999, c. 5, s. 45; 2018, c. 21, s. 28.
Section 487 Search Warrants
Form 5.001 Preservation Demand s. 487.012(1) 2014, c. 31, s. 26. Preservation Demands and Orders
Form 5.002 Information To Obtain a Preservation Demand s. 487.013(2) 2014, c. 31, s. 26. Preservation Demands and Orders
Form 5.003 Preservation Order s. 487.013(4) 2014, c. 31, s. 26. Preservation Demands and Orders
Form 5.004 Information To Obtain a Production Order s. 487.014(2), 487.015(2), 487.016(2), 487.017(2) and 487.018(3) 2014, c. 31, s. 26.
Form 5.005 Production Order for Documents s. 487.014(3) 2014, c. 31, s. 26.
Form 5.006 Production Order To Trace a Communication s. 487.015(3) 2014, c. 31, s. 26. Trace Specified Communications Production Orders
Form 5.007 Production Order for Transmission Data or Tracking Data s. 487.016(3) and 487.017(3) 2014, c. 31, s. 26. Transmission Data Production Orders
Production Orders for Tracking Data
Form 5.008 Production Order for Financial Data s. 487.018(4) 2014, c. 31, s. 26. Production Orders for Financial Data
Form 5.0081 Information To Revoke or Vary an Order Made Under Any of Sections 487.013 to 487.018 of the Criminal Code s. 487.019(3) 2014, c. 31, s. 26. Production Orders
Form 5.009 Information To Obtain a Non-Disclosure Order s. 487.0191(2) 2014, c. 31, s. 26. Sealing and Unsealing Judicial Authorizations
Form 5.0091 Non-Disclosure Order s. 487.0191(3) 2014, c. 31, s. 26. Sealing and Unsealing Judicial Authorizations
Form 5.01 Information To Obtain a Warrant To Take Bodily Substances for Forensic DNA Analysis s. 487.05(1) 1998, c. 37, s. 24. Section 487.05 Seizure Warrant of DNA Samples
Form 5.02 Warrant Authorizing the Taking of Bodily Substances for Forensic DNA Analysis s. 487.05(1) 1998, c. 37, s. 24. Section 487.05 Seizure Warrant of DNA Samples
Form 5.03 Order Authorizing the Taking of Bodily Substances for Forensic DNA Analysis s. 487.051(1) and (2) 1998, c. 37, s. 24;
2002, c. 1, s. 185;
2005, c. 25, s. 12;
2007, c. 22, s. 23; 2019, c. 25, s. 330.
DNA Orders (Primary Designated Offences)
Form 5.04 Order Authorizing the Taking of Bodily Substances for Forensic DNA Analysis s. 487.051(3) [persons found not criminally responsible and secondary designated offences] 1998, c. 37, s. 24;
2002, c. 1, s. 186;
2005, c. 25, s. 12;
2007, c. 22, s. 23;
2012, c. 1, s. 38;
2014, c. 25, s. 32;

2018, c. 16, s. 224, c. 21, s. 29; 2019, c. 25, s. 331; 2022, c. 17, s. 56.

DNA Orders (secondary designated offences)
Form 5.041 Order to a Person To Have Bodily Substances Taken for Forensic DNA Analysis s. 487.051(4) and 487.055(3.11) 2007, c. 22, s. 23; 2019, c. 25, s. 332. DNA Orders (Primary Designated Offences)
Form 5.05 Application for an Authorization To Take Bodily Substances for Forensic DNA Analysis s. 487.055(1) 1998, c. 37, s. 24;
2005, c. 25, s. 12;
2007, c. 22, s. 23.
Miscellaneous DNA Provisions
Form 5.06 Authorization To Take Bodily Substances for Forensic DNA Analysis s. 487.055(1) 1998, c. 37, s. 24;
2005, c. 25, s. 12;
2007, c. 22, s. 23.
Persons failing to Attend for Taking of Sample
Form 5.061 Summons to a Person To Have Bodily Substances Taken for Forensic DNA Analysis s. 487.055(4) and 487.091(3) 2007, c. 22, s. 23; 2019, c. 25, s. 333. Miscellaneous DNA Provisions
Section 487.05 Seizure Warrant of DNA Samples
Form 5.062 Warrant for Arrest s. 487.0551(1) 2007, c. 22, s. 23. Persons failing to Attend for Taking of Sample
Form 5.07 Report to a Provincial Court Judge or the Court s. 487.057(1) 1998, c. 37, s. 24;
2007, c. 22, s. 24.
DNA Orders
Form 5.08 Application for an Authorization To Take Additional Samples of Bodily Substances for Forensic DNA Analysis s. 487.091(1) 1998, c. 37, s. 24;
2005, c. 25, s. 13;
2007, c. 22, s. 25.
Section 487.05 Seizure Warrant of DNA Samples
Form 5.09 Authorization To Take Additional Samples of Bodily Substances for Forensic DNA Analysis s. 487.091(1) 1998, c. 37, s. 24;
2005, c. 25, s. 13;
2007, c. 22, s. 25.
Section 487.05 Seizure Warrant of DNA Samples
Form 5.1 Warrant To Search ss. 320.29(5), 462.32(4)(a)(ii) and 487.093(1)(a)(ii) R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184, c. 1 (4th Supp.), s. 17; 2018, c. 21, s. 30; 2022, c. 17, s. 57.
Form 5.2 Report to a Justice s. 489.1(3) [Report to a Justice] R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184; 2018, c. 21, s. 31; 2022, c. 17, s. 57. Procedure on Seizure of Property
Form 5.3 Report to a Judge of Property Seized s. 462.32 R.S., 1985, c. 42 (4th Supp.), s. 6. Proceeds of Crime Search Warrant
Form 6 Summons to a Person Charged with an Offence s. s R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 6;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s.184; 018, c. 29, s. 69; 2019, c. 25, s. 334.
Issuing Process
Form 6.1 Application for a Summons under Section 485.2 s. 485.2(1) 2022, c. 17, s. 58.
Form 6.2 Summons to Appear for the Purposes of the Identification of Criminals Act s. 485.2(1) 2022, c. 17, s. 58. Issuing Process
Form 7 Warrant for Arrest s. 475, 493, 597, 800 and 803 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 7;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s.203;
1997, c. 39, s. 3;
1999, c. 5, s. 46; 2019, c. 25, s. 335.
Form 7.1 Warrant To Enter Dwelling-house s. 529.1 [Entry into Place to Execute an Arrest Warrant] 1997, c. 39, s. 3;
2002, c. 13, s. 85.
Entry into Place to Execute an Arrest Warrant
Form 8 Warrant for Committal s. 493 and 515 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 8;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), ss. 184, 203; 2019, c. 25, s. 336/
Continued Detention After Appearing Before a Justice
Form 9 Appearance Notice s. 2 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 9;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184;
1994, c. 44, s. 84;
1997, c. 18, s. 115; 2018, c. 29, s. 70; 2019, c. 25, s. 337
Form 10 Undertaking s. 2 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 10;
1994, c. 44, s. 84;
1997, c. 18, s. 115; 2018, c. 29, s. 70; 2019, c. 25, s. 337; 2022, c. 17, s. 59.
Promise to Appear, Issued by Police
Form 11 Release Order s. 2 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 11;
1992, c. 1, s. 58;
1994, c. 44, s. 84;
1997, c. 18, s. 115; 2018, c. 29, s. 70; 2019, c. 25, s. 337.
Release by Police
Form 11.1 Order to Appear for the Purposes of the Identification of Criminals Act s. 515.01 1994, c. 44, s. 84;
1997, c. 18, s. 115;
1999, c. 25, s. 24;
2002, c. 13, s. 86(F); 2018, c. 29, s. 71; 2019, c. 25, s. 337; 2022, c. 17, s. 60.
Release by Police
Form 12 Surety Declaration s. 515.1 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 12; R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184; 1994, c. 44, s. 84; 1999, c. 25, s. 25; 2008, c. 18, s. 45.1; 2018, c. 29, s. 72; 2019, c. 25, s. 337. Release With and Without Sureties and Deposits
Form 13 [Repealed, 2019, c. 25, s. 337]
Form 14 [Repealed, 2019, c. 25, s. 337]
Form 15 Warrant To Convey Accused Before Justice of Another Territorial Division s. 543 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 15; 2019, c. 25, s. 338.
Form 16 Subpoena to a Witness s. 699 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 16;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184;
1999, c. 5, s. 47.
Compelling Attendance of Witnesses
Form 16.1 Subpoena to a Witness in the Case of Proceedings in Respect of an Offence Referred to in Subsection 278.2(1) of the Criminal Code s. 278.3(5) [Service of application and subpoena] and 699(7) [Form of subpoena in sexual offences] 1997, c. 30, s. 3. Production of Records for Sexual Offences
Compelling Attendance of Witnesses
Form 17 Warrant for Witness ss. 698 and 705 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 17;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184.
Arrest Warrants for Witnesses
Form 18 Warrant To Arrest an Absconding Witness s. 704 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 18;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 203; 2019, c. 25, s. 339.
Arrest Warrants for Witnesses
Form 19 Warrant Remanding a Prisoner ss. 516 and 537 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 19;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184; 2019, c. 25, s. 340.
Form 20 Warrant of Committal of Witness for Refusing To Be Sworn or To Give Evidence s. 545 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 20;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184; 2019, c. 25, s. 341.
Witness Refusing to Testify
Form 21 Warrant of Committal on Conviction ss. 570 and 806 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 21;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184;
1995, c. 22, s. 9;
2009, c. 29, s. 4.
Form 22 Warrant of Committal on an Order for the Payment of Money s. 806 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 22;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184; 2019, c. 25, s. 342.
Form 23 Warrant of Committal for Failure To Furnish Recognizance To Keep the Peace ss. 810 and 810.1 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 23;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), ss. 184, 203;
1993, c. 45, s. 12.
Form 24 Warrant of Committal of Witness for Failure To Enter into Recognizance s. 550 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 24;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184; 2019, c. 25, s. 343.
Form 25 Warrant of Committal for Contempt s. 708 [Contempt] R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 25;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184; 2019, c. 25, s. 344.
Finding of Contempt
Form 26 Warrant of Committal in Default of Payment of Costs of an Appeal s. 827 N/A
Form 27 Warrant of Committal on Forfeiture of Amounts s. 773 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 27;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184; 2019, c. 25, s. 345.
Estreatment of Recognizance
Form 28 Endorsement of Warrant s. 528 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 28;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184; 2019, c. 25, s. 346.
Out of Province Arrest Warrants
Form 28.1 Repealed Repealed N/A
Form 29 Endorsement of Warrant s. 507 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 29;
1994, c. 44, s. 84.
Issuing Process
Form 30 Order for Accused to Be Brought Before Justice Prior to Expiration of Period of Remand s. 537 2019, c. 25, s. 347.
Form 31 Deposition of a Witness s. 540 N/A Preliminary Inquiry Depositions
Form 32 Recognizance ss. 493, 550, 679, 706, 707, 810, 810.1, 817 and 832 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 32;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), ss. 101, 184, 203;
c. 42 (4th Supp.), s. 7;
1993, c. 45, ss. 13, 14;
1999, c. 25, s. 27, 2019, c. 25, s. 348; 2022, c. 17, s. 61(F).
Release With and Without Sureties and Deposits
Form 33 Certificate of Default to Be Endorsed s. 770 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 33;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 203;
1994, c. 44, s. 84; 2019, c. 25, s. 349.
Form 34 Writ of Fieri Facias s. 771 N/A Estreatment of Recognizance
Form 34.1 Statement on Restitution s. 737.1(4) 2011, c. 6, s. 5;
2015, c. 13, s. 35.
Restitution
Form 34.2 Victim Impact Statement s. 722(4) 2015, c. 13, s. 35. Victim Impact Statements
Form 34.3 Community Impact Statement s. 722.2(2) 2015, c. 13, s. 35. Victim Impact Statements
Form 35 Conviction ss. 570 and 806 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 35;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), ss. 184, 203.
Trial Verdicts
Form 36 Order Against an Offender ss. 570 and 806 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 36;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184.
Trial Verdicts
Form 37 Order Acquitting Accused s. 570 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 37;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), ss. 184, 203.
Trial Verdicts
Form 38 Conviction for Contempt s. 708 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 38; 2019, c. 25, s. 350. Contempt of Court (Offence)
Form 39 Order for Discharge of a Person in Custody s. 519 and 550 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 39; 2019, c. 25, s. 351.
Form 40 Challenge To Array s. 629 N/A Challenge to Jury Panel
Form 41 Challenge for Cause s. 639 N/A Challenge for Cause
Form 42 Certificate of Non-payment of Costs of Appeal s. 827 N/A Appeal Procedure For Summary Convictions
Form 43 Jailer’s Receipt to Peace Officer for Prisoner s. 744 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 43;
1995, c. 22, s. 18.
Imprisonment, Execution of Warrant of Committal
Form 44 N/A s. 667 [Proof of previous conviction] R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 44;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184, c. 1 (4th Supp.), s. 18;
1995, c. 22, s. 18;
2005, c. 10, s. 34.
Proof of Previous Conviction
Form 45 N/A s. 667 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 45;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 184;
2005, c. 10, s. 34.
Proof of Previous Conviction
Form 46 Probation Order s. 732.1 R.S., 1985, c. C-46, Form 46;
R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 203;
1995, c. 22, s. 10;
2004, c. 12, s. 17.
Probation Orders
Form 47 Order To Disclose Income Tax Information s. 462.48 R.S., 1985, c. 42 (4th Supp.), s. 8. Proceeds of Crime Disclosure Order
Form 48 Assessment Order of the Court s. 672.13 1991, c. 43, s. 8;
1995, c. 22, s. 10;
2005, c. 22, s. 40;
2014, c. 6, s. 19; 2019, c. 25, s. 352.
Assessment for Fitness and Criminal Responsibility
Form 48.1 Assessment Order of the Review Board s. 672.13 2005, c. 22, s. 40;
2014, c. 6, s. 20.
Assessment for Fitness and Criminal Responsibility
Form 48.2 Victim Impact Statement — Not Criminally Responsible s. 672.5(14) 2015, c. 13, s. 36. Review Board Hearing Procedure
Form 49 Warrant of Committal, Disposition of Detention s. 672.57 1991, c. 43, s. 8; 2019, c. 25, s. 353. Review Board Disposition Hearings
Form 50 Warrant of Committal, Placement Decision s. 672.7(2) [Warrant of committal, Review Board] 1991, c. 43, s. 8. Dual Status Offenders
Form 51 Notice of Obligation To Provide Samples of Bodily Substance ss. 732.1(3)(c.2), 742.3(2)(a.2), 810(3.02)(c), 810.01(4.1)(g), 810.011(6)(f), 810.1(3.02)(i) and 810.2(4.1)(g) 1991, c. 43, s. 8;
1995, c. 22, s. 10 (Sch. I, item 37);
2005, c. 22, s. 41;
2011, c. 7, s. 13;
2015, c. 20, s. 34.
Form 52 Order To Comply with Sex Offender Information Registration Act s. 490.012 2004, c. 10, s. 21;
2007, c. 5, s. 30;
2010, c. 17, s. 26;
2013, c. 24, s. 117(F).
SOIRA Orders
Form 53 Notice of Obligation To Comply with Sex Offender Information Registration Act ss. 490.019 and 490.032 2004, c. 10, s. 21;
2007, c. 5, s. 31;
2013, c. 24, s. 117(F);
2014, c. 25, s. 33.
SOIRA Orders
Form 54 Obligation To Comply with Sex Offender Information Registration Act ss. 490.02901 to 490.02903, 490.02905 and 490.032 2010, c. 17, s. 27. SOIRA Orders

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See Also

Offences by Category

This page was last substantively updated or reviewed January 2021. (Rev. # 79964)

Offences

See also: Offences by Penalty

Public Order Offences (Part II)

[Pt. II – Offences Against Public Order (ss. 46 to 83)]:

Offence Section Minimums Maximums CSO
Eligible
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
High Treason 46(1), 47(1) and (4) and 745 25 years without parole Life
Treason (overthrow gov't) 46(2)(a), (c), or (d), 47(2)(a) and 745 None Life
Treason (espionage while at war) 46(2)(b) or (e), 47(2)(b) and 745 None Life
Treason (espionage while not at war) 46(2)(b) or (e), 47(2)(c) and 745 None 14 years
Assist alien enemy 50(1)(a) and 50(2) None 14 years
Omission to prevent treason 50(1)(b) and 50(2) None 14 years
Intimidating Parliament 51 None 14 years
Sabotage 52(1) None
Inciting to mutiny 53 None 14 years
Assisting deserter 54
Offence Section Minimums Maximums CSO
Eligible
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Offences respecting RCMP members 56 None 2 years less a day jail and/or a $5,000 fine (from Sept 19, 2019)
Procuring identity documents 56.1(4) None {{{6}}}
Forgery of or uttering forged passport 57(1) None 14 years {{{6}}}
False information respecting passport 57(2) None {{{6}}}
Possession of forged passport 57(3) None {{{6}}}
Fraudulent use of citizenship certificate 58(1) None {{{6}}}
Sedition 61 None 14 years {{{6}}}
Offences respecting military stores 62 None {{{6}}}
Participating in a riot 65(1) None {{{6}}}
Concealing identity during a riot 65(2) None {{{6}}}
Offence Section Minimums Maximums CSO
Eligible
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Unlawful assembly 66(1) None
Concealment of identity during an unlawful assembly 66(2) None
Interfering with reading of riot proclamation or refusing to cease participation in riot 68 None
Peace officer’s neglect in riot situation
69 None
Unlawful training or drilling of milita 70(3) None
Forcible entry or forcible detainer 72 and 73 None
Piracy by law of nations 74 None
Piratical acts 75 None 14 years
Hijacking 76 None
Endangering safety of aircraft or airport 77 None
Offence Section Minimums Maximums CSO
Eligible
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Offensive weapons and explosives on aircraft 78 None 14 years
Seizing control of ship or fixed platform 78.1(1) None
Violent act on board a shop or platform 78.1(2) None
False information re safe navigation 78.1(3) None
Threats to commit offences at 78.1(2) 78.1(4) None
Breach of duty of care re explosives endangering life 80(a) None
Breach of duty of care re explosives risking bodily harm 80(b) None 14 years
Intending to cause explosion or use corrosive substance with intent to cause death or serious harm 81(1)(a), (b) and 81(2)(a) None
Possession of explosive with intent to destroy property or intent to endanger life 81(1)(c), (d) and 81(2)(b) None
Possession of explosive without lawful excuse 82(1) None
Offence Section Minimums Maximums CSO
Eligible
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Possession of explosive for criminal organization 82(2) None 14 years
Possession, etc., of nuclear material, radioactive material or device 82.3
Use or alteration of nuclear material, radioactive material or device 82.4
Commission of indictable offence to obtain nuclear material, etc. 82.5
Threats to commit an offence relating to nuclear materials 82.6 None 14 years
Prize fights 83

Terrorism Offences (Part II.1)

[Pt. II.1 – Terrorism (ss. 83.01 to 83.33)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums CSO
Eligible
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Provide or collect property to further terrorism 83.02 None
Provide property or services for terrorist purposes 83.03(1) None
Provide property or services for use by terrorist group 83.03(2) None
Use or possession of property to further terrorism 83.04 None
Offences re freezing of property, disclosure or audit relative to terrorism 83.12 1 year jail with priors $100,000 and/or 2 years less a day
Participation in terrorist activity 83.18 None
Leaving Canada to participate in activity of terrorist group 83.181 None
Facilitating terrorist activity 83.19(1) None
Leaving Canada to facilitate terrorist activity 83.191 None
Committing an Offence for a Terrorist Group 83.2 None
Leaving Canada to commit offence for terrorist group 83.201 None
Offence Section Minimums Maximums CSO
Eligible
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Leaving Canada to commit offence that is terrorist activity 83.202 None
Instructing activity for terrorist group 83.21(1) None
Instructing terrorist activity 83.22(1) None
Counselling commission of terrorism offence 83.221 None
Harbouring or concealing terrorist who committed an offence with maximum penalty of life 83.23(1)(a) None
Harbouring or concealing terrorist who committed an offence with maximum penalty of 14 years or less 83.23(1)(b) None
Harbouring or concealing person who is likely to carry out terrorist activity 83.23(2) None
Hoax re terrorist activity (no bodily harm or death) 83.231(2) None
Hoax re terrorist activity (bodily harm not death) 83.231(3) None
Hoax re terrorist activity (causing death) 83.231(4) None

Weapons Offences (Part III)

[Pt. III – Firearms and Other Weapons (ss. 84 to 117.15)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums CSO
Eligible
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Using firearm in commission of offence 85(1) and (3) 1 year or 3 years with prior
Using an imitation firearm in commission of offence 85(2) and (3) 1 year or 3 years with prior
Unsafe Storage or Careless Use of a Firearm - on second or more convictions 86(1) and (2) None 2 years (I)
summary election
Unsafe Storage or Careless Use of a Firearm - on first conviction 86(1) and (2) None 5 years (I)
summary election
Pointing a firearm 87(2) None
Possession of a weapon for purpose dangerous 88(2) None
Carrying weapon while attending public meeting 89(2) None
Carrying concealed weapon 90(2) None
Unauthorized possession of firearm 91(1) and (3) None
Unauthorized possession of prohibited weapon or restricted weapon 91(2) and (3) None
Offence Section Minimums Maximums CSO
Eligible
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Possession of firearm knowing its possession is unauthorized 92(1) and (3) 1 year (if one prior); 2 years less a day (if two or more prior)
Possession of prohibited weapon, device or ammunition knowing its possession is unauthorized 92(2) and (3) 1 year (if one prior); 2 years less a day (if two or more prior)
Possession of weapon or firearm at unauthorized place 93(2) and (3) None
Unauthorized possession of weapon or firearm in vehicle 94(1) and (2) None
Possession of prohibited or restricted weapon with ammunition 95(2) 3 or 5 years with prior
Possession of weapon obtained by crime 96(2) 1 year (I)
Break and enter to steal firearm 98(4) None
Robbery to steal firearm 98.1 None
Weapons Trafficking (with any aggravating elements made out) 99(2)(a) and 99(2)(b) 3 or 5 years jail with prior
Weapons trafficking (w/out aggravating factors) 99(3) 1 year
Possession for purpose of weapons trafficking (with any aggravating elements made out) 100(2)(a) and 100(2)(b) 3 or 5 years jail with prior
Possession for purpose of weapons trafficking ((w/out aggravating factors) 100(3) 1 year
Transfer of firearm without authority 101(2) None
Assembling automatic firearm 102(2) 1 year (on Indictment) 1 year
Knowingly importing or exporting of unauthorized firearms (with aggravating factors) 103(2)(a) and 103(2)(b) 3 or 5 years jail with prior
Knowingly importing or exporting unauthorized firearms (w/out aggravating factors) 103(2.1) 1 year jail
Unauthorized importing or exporting firearms 104(2) None
Offences re lost, destroyed, defaced weapons 105(2) None
Destruction of weapons offences re report 106(2) None
False statements respecting firearms 107(2) None
Tampering with firearm serial number 108(2) None
Possession of firearm contrary to prohibition order 117.01(3) None

Administration of Justice Offences (Part IV)

[Pt. IV – Offences Against the Administration of Law and Justice (ss. 118 to 149)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Bribery of a member of a legislature 119(1) None
Bribery of judicial officers 119(1) None
Bribery of public officers 120 None
Fraud on government 121(1) and (3) None
Contractor subscribing to election fund 121(1) and (3) None
Selling, etc., of tobacco products and raw leaf tobacco 121.1 90, 180, or 2 years less a day (with prior conviction(s))
Breach of trust by public officer 122 None
Bribing municipal official 123(1) None
Influencing municipal official 123(2) None
Selling or purchasing office 124 None
Influencing appointment in office 125 None
Disobeying a statute where no other set sentence 126(1) None
Disobey order of Court 127(1) None
Misconduct by officers executing process 128 None
Offences relating to public or peace officers 129 None
Personation of peace officer 130 None
Perjury 131 and 132 None
False statement 134(1) None
Witness giving contradictory evidence 136(1) None
Fabricating evidence 137 None
False affidavits 138 None
Obstruct justice by indemnifying a surety 139(1) None
Obstruct justice – trial process 139(2) None
Public mischief 140(2) None
Compounding indictable offence 141(1) None
Corruptly taking reward 142 None
Prison Breach 144 None
Escape and being at large without excuse 145(1) None
Failure to attend court or surrender 145(2) None
Failure to comply with appearance notice or summons 145(3) None
Failure to comply with undertaking 145(4) None
Failure to comply with release order 145(5) None
Permitting or assisting escape 146 None
Rescue or permitting escape 147 None
Aid prisoner of war to escape 148 None

Sexual Offences and Disorderly Offences (Part V)

[Pt. V – Sexual Offences, Public Morals and Disorderly Conduct (ss. 150 to 182)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Sexual interference 151
Invitation to sexual touching 152 1 year or less jail
Sexual exploitation 153
Sexual exploitation of persons with disability 153.1 None
incest (16 years or more) 155
incest (under 16 years) 155
Bestiality 160(1) None
Compelling bestiality 160(2) None
Bestiality in presence of child 160(3)
Breach of 161 prohibition order 161(4) None
Voyeurism 162(1) None
Distribution of voyeurism material 162(4) None
Distribution of intimate images 162.1(1) None
Breach of s. 162.2 Internet Prohibition Order 162.2(4) None
Corrupting morals 163 and 169 None
Making of child pornography 163.1(2) 1 year
Distribution child pornography 163.1(3) 1 year
Possession of Child Pornography 163.1(4) 1 year / 6 months
Accessing of Child Pornography 163.1(4.1) 1 year / 6 months
Immoral theatrical performance 167 and 169 None
Mailing obscene matter 168 and 169 None
Parent or guardian procuring sexual activity under 16 170
Householder permitting sexual activity under 18 171
Making sexually explicit material available to child 171.1(2)
Corrupting children 172(1) None
Luring a child 172.1(2)
Agreement or arrangement — sexual offence against child 172.2
Indecent act 173(1) None
Indecent exposure 173(2)
Nudity 174(1)
Causing a Disturbance 175(1)
Obstructing or violence to or arrest of officiating clergyman 176(1)
Disturbing religious worship or certain meetings 176(2)
Disturbing disturbs the order or solemnity of a meeting 176(3)
Trespassing at Night 177
Offensive volatile substance 178
Common nuisance 180(1)
Indignity or neglect of dead body 182

Invasion of Privacy Offences (Part VI)

[Pt. VI – Invasion of Privacy (ss. 183 to 196.1)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Interception of private communication 184(1) None
Interception of radio-based telephone communications 184.5(1) None
Possession of equipment for wiretapping illegally 191(1) None
Disclosure of information from wiretap 193(1) None
Disclosure of information from wiretap, radio 193.1(1) None

Disorderly Houses, Gaming and Betting (Part VII)

[Pt. VII – Disorderly Houses, Gaming and Betting (ss. 197 to 213)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Keeping gaming or betting house 201(1) None
Found in in common gaming or betting house 201(2) None
Book-making (if no prior offences) 202(2)(a) None
Book-making 202(2)(b) and 202(2)(c) 14 days or 3 months jail
Placing bets for others (if no prior offences) 203(d) None
Placing bets for others 203(e) and 203(f) 14 days or 3 months jail
Breach of gambling rules and regulations 204(10) None
Offence in relation to lotteries and games of chance 206(1) None
Lottery offence involving ticket 206(4) None
Offences involving management of permitted lottery scheme 207(3)(a) None
Offences involving permitted lottery scheme 207(3)(b) None
Offences involving management of permitted lottery scheme (on ship) 207.1(3)(a) None
Offences involving permitted lottery scheme (on ship) 207.1(3)(b) None
Cheating at play 209 None
Stopping or Impeding Traffic by Prostitution 213(1) None
Soliciting Near Children 213(1.1) None

Offences Against the Person (Part VIII)

[Pt. VIII – Offences Against the Person and Reputation (ss. 214 to 320.1)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Failure to provide necessaries of life 215(3) None
Abandoning child 218 None
Causing death by criminal negligence (involving the use of a firearm) 220(a) 4 years imprisonment Life No
Negligence causing death (no firearm) 220(b) None Life No
Criminal negligence causing bodily harm 221 None
Infanticide 233 and 237 None
First Degree Murder 235 and 745 25 years without parole Life Varies
Second Degree Murder (with prior conviction for murder, war crimes or crimes against humanity) 235 and 745 25 years without parole Life Varies
Second Degree Murder 235 and 745 10 years without parole Life Varies
Manslaughter (Failure to safeguard ice opening or excavation resulting in death) 236 and 263 None No
Manslaughter (involving use of a firearm) 236(a) 4 years Life No
Manslaughter (not involving use of a firearm) 236(b) None Life No
Killing unborn child in act of birth 238 None
Attempt to commit murder (use of a firearm which is not a restricted or prohibited firearm) 239(1)(a.1) 4 years
Attempted Murder (with restricted or prohibited firearm) 239(1)(a)(i) and (ii) 5 or 7 years with prior
Attempt to commit murder (no use of a firearm) 239(1)(b) None
Accessory after fact to murder 240 None
Trafficking in human organs — Removal without informed consent 240.1(1) None 14 years incarceration No
Trafficking in human organs — Financial transaction 240.1(2) None 14 years incarceration No
Counselling suicide 241 None
Failure to comply with safeguards 241.3 None
Forgery or destruction of documents re assisted dying 241.4 None
Neglect to obtain assistance and concealing birth 242 None
Concealing body of child 243 None
Discharging firearms with intent to wound (with aggravated factors) 244(2)(a)(i) and (ii) Minimum of 5 or 7 years with prior
Discharging firearms with intent to wound, maim, etc. (without aggravating factors) 244(2)(b) 4 years jail
Causing bodily harm with air gun with intent 244.1 None
Discharging firearm — recklessness (w/ restr. firearm or prohib. firearm) 244.2(3)(a) 4 years jail
Discharging firearm — recklessness (without restricted firearm or prohibited firearm) 244.2(3)(b)
Administer noxious thing with intent to endanger life 245(1)(a) None
Administer noxious thing with intent to aggrieve or annoy 245(1)(b) None
Overcoming resistance to commission of offence – choking 246(a) None
Overcoming resistance to commission of offence – drugging 246(b) None
Set trap likely to cause bodily harm or death 247(1) None
Keep trap and cause death in place to commit offence 247(1) and 247(5) None
Set trap and actually cause bodily harm 247(2) None
Keep trap to cause bodily harm to commit offence 247(3) None
Keep trap and cause bodily harm in place to commit offence 247(4) None
Interfere with transportation likely to cause death 248 None
Interfere with transportation likely to cause death 262 None
Criminal Harassment 264 None
Utter threats to cause death or bodily harm 264.1(2) None
Utter threats to destroy property or animals 264.1(3) None
Assault 266 None
Assault with a Weapon 267(a) None
Assault Causing Bodily Harm 267(b) None
Aggravated Assault 268 None
Unlawfully cause bodily harm 269 None
Unlawfully cause bodily harm (failure to safeguard ice opening or excavation causing bodily harm) 269, 263(3)(b)
Torture 269.1 None
Assaulting a peace officer 270(1) and (2) None
Assault of peace officer with a weapon or causing bodily harm 270.01 None
Aggravated assault of peace officer 270.02 None
Disarming a peace officer 270.1 None
Sexual Assault - victim under 16 years 271(a) 1 year
Sexual Assault, victim 16 years old or greater 271(a) None
Sexual assault w/ restricted or prohibited firearm 272(2)(a) Minimum of 5 or 7 years with prior
Sexual assault, w/ non-prohibited firearm and relating to criminal org 272(2)(a) Minimum of 5 or 7 years with prior
Sexual assault w/ a non-restricted firearm used 272(2)(a.1) 4 years jail
Sexual assault with a weapon or causing bodily harm, victim under 16 272(2)(a.2) 5 years jail
Sexual assault with a weapon (no aggravating elements) 272(2)(b) None
Sexual assault causing bodily harm (no aggravating elements) 272(2)(b) None
Aggravated sexual assault w/ restricted or prohibited firearm 273(2)(a)
Aggravated sexual assault, w/ non-prohibited firearm and re criminal org 273(2)(a)
Aggravated sexual assault w/ a non-restricted firearm used 273(2)(a.1) 4 years
Aggravated sexual assault, victim under 16 years 273(2)(a.2) 5 years jail
Aggravated sexual assault (no aggravating elements) 273(2)(b) None
Removal of child from Canada 273.3(2)
Breach of publication prohibition re 276.1 applications 276.3(2) None
Breach of publication prohibition re s. 278.3 applications 278.9(2) None
Kidnap, traffic persons, hostages and abduct. with restr. firearm etc or for a crim. org. (w/o priors) 279(1.1)(a)(i)
Kidnap, traffic persons, hostages and abduct. with restr. firearm etc or for a crim. org. (w/ priors) 279(1.1)(a)(ii)
Kidnapping, trafficking in persons, hostage taking and abduction with a non-restricted firearm 279(1.1)(a.1) 4 years
Kidnapping, trafficking in persons under the age of 16, hostage taking and abduction 279(1.1)(a.2)
Kidnapping, trafficking in persons, hostage taking and abduction without a firearm 279(1.1)(b) None
Unlawful confinement, imprisonment, seizure 279(2) None
Trafficking in persons (kidnap, aggravated assault, aggravated sexual assault, or death) 279.01(1)(a) 5 years
Trafficking in persons (victim aged 18 or greater) 279.01(1)(b)
Trafficking in persons (without enumerated aggravating factors) 279.01(2) 4 years imprisonment
Trafficking in persons under the age of 18 years (kidnap, aggravated assault, aggravated sexual assault, or death) 279.011(1)(a) 6 years
Trafficking in persons under the age of 18 years (without enumerated aggravating factors) 279.011(1)(b) 5 years
Profiting from trafficking in persons 279.02(1) None
Profiting from trafficking in persons, under 18 years 279.02(2) 2 years imprisonment
Withholding or destroying documents in respect of human trafficking - victim 18 years and above 279.03(1) None
Withholding or destroying documents in respect of human trafficking, persons under 18 years 279.03(2) 1 year
Hostage taking with restricted firearm or for benefit of criminal org (w/o priors) 279.1(2)(a)(i)
Hostage taking with restricted firearm or for benefit of criminal org (w/ priors) 279.1(2)(a)(ii)
Hostage taking with a non-restricted firearm 279.1(2)(a.1) 4 years
Hostage taking (without aggravating elements) 279.1(2)(b) None
Abduction of person under 16 (other than parent or guardian) 280(1)
Abduction of person under fourteen (other than parent or guardian) 281 None
Abduction in contravention of custody order 282(1) None
Abduction (by parent or guardian) 283(1) None
Obtaining sexual services for consideration 286.1(1) $2,000 or $4,000 (if near persons under 18 years)
Obtaining sexual services for consideration (near public, w/o priors) 286.1(1)
Obtaining sexual services for consideration (near public, w/ priors) 286.1(1)
Obtaining sexual services for consideration (not near public, w/o priors) 286.1(1)
Obtaining sexual services for consideration (not near public, w/ priors) 286.1(1)
Obtaining sexual services for consideration from person under 18 years, w/o priors 286.1(2)
Obtaining sexual services for consideration from person under 18 years, w/ priors 286.1(2)
Material benefit from sexual services 286.2(1) None
Material benefit from sexual services — person under 18 years 286.2(2) 2 years jail
Procuring — person 18 years or over 286.3(1) None
Procuring — person under 18 years 286.3(2) 5 years jail
Advertising sexual services 286.4 None
Bigamy 291(1) None
Procuring feigned marriage 292(1) None
Polygamy 293(1) None
Forced marriage 293.1 None
Marriage under age of 16 years 293.2 None
Pretending to solemnize marriage 294 None
Solemnizing marriage contrary to law 295 None
Publishing defamatory libel knowing it to be false 300 None
Publishing defamatory libel (not aggravating under s. 300) 301 None
Extortion by libel 302(3) None
Hate propaganda 318(1) None
Public incitement of hatred 319(1) None
Wilful promotion of hatred 319(2) None
Conversion therapy 320.102
Promoting or advertising conversion therapy 320.103 No
Material benefit from conversion therapy 320.104 No

Offences Relating to Conveyances (Part VIII.1)

[Pt. VIII.1 – Offences Relating to Conveyances (ss. 320.11 to 320.4)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Dangerous operation of a conveyance 320.13(1), 320.19(5) None
Dangerous Operation When Accident Causes Bodily Harm 320.13(2), 320.2
Dangerous operation when accident causes death 320.13(3), 320.21
Operation While Impaired by Drug or Alcohol 320.14(1)(a), 320.19(1)
Operation While Over 80 BAC 320.14(1)(b), 320.19(1) and (3)
Operation While Drug Exceeds Regs re Drugs 320.14(1)(c), 320.19(1)
Operation While Blood Drug Exceeds Regs re Drugs 320.14(1)(d), 320.19(1)
Operation while impaired and causing bodily harm 320.14(2), 320.2
Operation While Impaired or Blood Concentration Over and Causing Death 320.14(3), 320.21
Operation with low blood drug concentration 320.14(4) None
Refusal 320.15(1), 320.19(1), (4)
Refusal with accident resulting in bodily harm 320.15(2), 320.2
Refusal with accident resulting in death 320.15(3), 320.21
Failure to Stop at Accident 320.16(1), 320.19(5)
Failure to Stop After Accident Resulting in Bodily Harm 320.16(2), 320.2
Failure to stop after accident resulting in death 320.16(3), 320.21
Flight from peace officer 320.17, 320.19(5) None
Operation While Prohibited 320.18, 320.19(5) None

Property Offences (Part IX)

[Pt. IX – Offences Against Rights of Property (ss. 321 to 378)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Possession, etc., of device to obtain use of telecommunication facility or telecommunication service 327(1) None
Theft by person required to account 330
Theft by person holding power of attorney 331
Misappropriation of money held under direction 332
Motor vehicle theft 333.1 6 months (w/ two priors)
Theft over $5,000 or testamentary instrument 334(a) None
Theft under $5,000 or not of testamentary instrument 334(b) None
Take auto without consent 335(1) None
Breach of trust 336 None
Fraud respecting cattle 338(1) None
Theft of cattle 338(2) None
Drift timber fraud 339(1) None
Unlawful timber marks dealings 339(2) None
Destroying documents of title 340 None
Fraudulent concealment 341 None
Theft, forgery of credit card 342(1)
Credit card data offence 342(3)
Instruments for credit card fraud 342.01(1) None
Unauthorized use of computer 342.1(1) None
Possession of device to obtain computer service 342.2(1) None
Theft, forgery of credit card 342(1) None
Credit card data offence 342(3) None
Robbery with restricted or prohibited firearm, w/out priors 344(1)(a)(i)
Robbery with non-restricted firearm and related to criminal org, w/o priors 344(1)(a)(i)
Robbery with restricted or prohibited firearm, w/ priors 344(1)(a)(ii)
Robbery with non-restricted firearm and related to criminal org, w/ priors 344(1)(a)(ii)
Robbery with non-restricted firearm 344(1)(a.1)
Robbery with non-restricted firearm 344(1)(b)
Stopping mail with intent to obtain 345 None
Extortion (w/ restricted firearm or for benefit of a crim. org.), w/o priors 346(1.1)(a)(i)
Extortion (w/ restricted firearm or for benefit of a crim. org.), w/ priors 346(1.1)(a)(ii)
Extortion (with non restricted firearm) 346(1.1)(a.1)
Extortion (no firearm or other aggravating facts) 346(1.1)(b) None
Criminal interest rate 347(1) None
Break and Enter into a Dwelling House 348(1)(d) None
Break and enter of a non dwelling-house 348(1)(e) None
Unlawfully in a dwelling-house 349(1) None
Possession of break-in instruments 351(1) None
Disguise with intent 351(2) None
Possession of instruments to break into coin machines 352 None
Sale of automobile master key 353(1) None
Failure to record sale of automobile master key 353(4)
Tampering with vehicle identification number 353.1 None
Possession of stolen goods over $5,000 or testamentary instrument 354 and 355(a)
Possession of stolen goods under $5,000 and not of test. instr. 354 and 355(b)
Trafficking in stolen property over $5,000 355.2, 355.5 None
Trafficking in stolen property no more than $5,000 355.2, 355.5 None
Poss'n for the purpose of trafficking in stolen property over $5,000 355.4, 355.5 None
Poss'n for the purpose of trafficking in stolen property no more than $5,000 355.4, 355.5 None
Theft from mail 356(1) and (3) None
Bring into Canada property obtained by crime 357 None
False pretence over $5,000 or involving a testamentary instrument 362(1)(a) and (2)(a) None
False pretence not over $5,000 and not involving a testamentary instrument 362(1)(a) and (2)(b) None
Obtain credit by false pretence 362(1)(b) and (3)
Obtain benefit by false pretence re re-embursement 362(1)(c) and (3)
Obtain benefit by false pretence by third party 362(1)(d) and (3)
Obtaining execution of valuable security by fraud 363 None
Fraud in obtaining food, beverage or lodging 364(1) None
Forgery 366 and 367 None
Utter forged document 368(1) None
Possess, use, traffic, etc in forgery instruments 368.1 None
Offence involving exchequer bill paper, public seal 369 None
False message 372(1) and (4) None
Indecent phone call 372(2) and (4) None
Harassing telephone call 372(3) and (4) None
Drawing document without authority 374 None
Obtaining instrument based on forged document 375 None
Counterfeiting stamp 376(1) None
Counterfeiting mark 376(2) None
Damaging documents 377(1) None
Offences in relation to registers 378 None

Fraudulent Transactions (Part X)

[Pt. X – Fraudulent Transactions Relating to Contracts and Trade (ss. 379 to 427)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Fraud Over $5,000 380(1)(a) 2 years jail (over $1 mill., s. 380(1.1))
Fraud involving a testamentary instrument 380(1)(a) None
Fraud under $5,000 and not involving a testamentary instrument 380(1)(b) None
Fraud affecting public markets of stocks, etc. 380(2) None
Breach of s. 380.2 fraud prohibition order 380.2 None
Using mails to defraud 381 None
Fraudulent manipulation of stock exchange deals 382 None
Prohibited insider trading 382.1(1) None
Passing on insider information 382.1(2) None
Gaming in stock or merchandise 383(1) None
Broker reducing stock by selling for own account 384 None
Fraudulent concealment of title documents 385(1) None
Fraudulent registration of title 386 None
Fraudulent sale of real property 387 None
Misleading receipt 388 None
Fraudulent disposal of goods on which $ advanced 389(1) None
Fraudulent receipts under Bank Act 390 None
Trade secret 391(1) and (3)
Trade secret – prior knowledge 391(2) and (3)
Disposal of property to defraud creditors 392 None
Fraud in relation to fares 393(1) None
Offering advantage to avoid paying fare 393(2) None
Fraudulently obtaining transportation 393(3) None
Fraud in relation to valuable minerals by holder of lease or licence 394(1) and (4) None
Sale of valuable mineral save by lawful authority 394(2) and (4) None
Purchase of valuable mineral save from owner 394(3) and (4) None
Possession of stolen or fraudulently obtained valuable minerals 394.1(3) None
Offences in relation to mines 396(1) None
Falsification of books and documents 397(1) None
Participation in falsification of books and docs 397(2) None
Falsifying employment record 398 None
False return by public officer 399 None
False prospectus 400(1) None
Obtaining carriage by false billing 401(1) None
Identity theft 402.2(1) and (5) None
Trafficking in identity information 402.2(2) and (5) None
Personation with intent / Identity fraud 403(3) None
Acknowledging instrument in false name 405 None
Forging a trade mark to deceive or defraud 407 and 412(1) None
Passing off wares or trademarks to deceive or defraud 408 and 412(1) None
Possession of instruments for forging trade marks 409 and 412(1) None
Other offences in relation to trade marks 410 and 412(1) None
Used goods sold without disclosure 411 and 412(1) None
Offences respecting wrecks 415 None
Applying or removing marks without authority 417(1) None
Receiving or possessing public stores bearing mark 417(2) None
Sale of defective stores to Her Majesty 418(1) None
Participation in fraud re sale of defective stores 418(2) None
Unlawful use of military uniforms or certificates 419 None
Offences re military stores 420(1) None
Criminal breach of contract 422(1) None
Intimidation 423(1) None
Intimidation of a justice system participant 423.1 None
Intimidation impeding health services 423.2 None
Threat against an internationally protected person 424 None
Threat against U.N. or associated personnel 424.1 None
Offences by employers re union activity 425 None
Threats and retaliation vs employees re union work 425.1(2) None
Secret commission 426(1) and (3) None
Secret commission – privy 426(2) and (3) None

Offences Relating to Certain Types of Property (Part XI)

[Pt. XI – Wilful and Forbidden Acts in Respect of Certain Property (ss. 428 to 447.1)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Mischief causing actual danger to life 430(2) None
Mischief over $5000 or involving testament 430(3) None
Mischief under $5,000 and not involving testament 430(4) None
Mischief to religious building etc 430(4.1) None
Mischief relating to war memorials 430(4.11) $1,000/14 days/30 days
Mischief to cultural property 430(4.2) None
Mischief to data 430(1.1) and (5) None
Mischief in special circumstances re danger to life, or to data or property 430(5.1) None
Attack on premises, residence or transport of internationally protected person 431 None
Attack on premises, residence or transport of U.N. or associated personnel 431.1 None
Explosives offence re public or government facility 431.2(2) None
Unauthorized recording of a movie (not for profit) 432(1) None
Unauthorized recording of a movie (for profit) 432(2) None
Arson (disregard for human life) 433 None
Arson — damage to property 434 None
Arson causing damage to own property 434.1 None
Arson for fraudulent purpose 435(1) None
Arson by negligence 436(1) None
Possession of incendiary material 436.1 None
False alarm of fire 437 None
Interference with saving of wrecked vessel 438(1) None
Wilful interference with attempts to save wreck 438(2) None
Interference with marine signal 439(1) None
Interference with signal, buoy or sea-mark used for the purpose of navigation 439(2) None
Remove natural bar without permission 440 None
Occupant injuring building 441 None
Interfere with boundary line 442 None
Interfere with international boundary line 443(1) None
Injuring or endangering other animals 445(2) None
Killing or injuring law enforcement animals 445.01(2) 6 months (I)
Cruelty to animals 445.1(2) None
Unlicenced ownership re captive whales 445.2(2) and (5) None
Unlicenced business re captive whales 445.2(4) and (5) None
Causing damage or injury to animals 446(2) None
Arena for animal fighting 447(2) None
Breach of prohibition order re possession of animals 447.1(2)

Currency Offences (Part XII)

[Pt. XII – Offences Relating to Currency (ss. 448 to 462)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Make counterfeit money 449 None
Possession of counterfeit money 450 None
Having clippings for gold without justification 451 None
Use of counterfeit money 452 None
Utter counterfeit coin 453 None
Possession of slugs and tokens 454 None
Clip or utter coin 455 None
Deface current coin 456 None
Creating likeness of bank-notes 457(3) None
Possession of materials for counterfeiting 458 None
Conveying instruments for counterfeiting from mint 459 None
Advertising and dealing in counterfeit money, etc 460(1) None

Proceeds of Crime (Part XII.2)

[Pt. XII.2 – Proceeds of Crime (ss. 462.3 to 462.5)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Laundering proceeds of crime 462.31(2) None
Breach of proceeds of crime restraint order 462.33(11)

Attempts, Conspiracy and Accessories (Part XIII)

[Pt. XIII – Attempts – Conspiracies – Accessories (ss. 463 to 467.2)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Attempt or accessory to indictable offence punishable by life imprisonment 463(a) None
Attempt or accessory to indictable offence punishable by 14 years 463(b) varies
Attempt or accessory to indictable offence punishable by 10 years 463(b) varies
Attempt or accessory to indictable offence punishable by 5 years 463(b) varies
Attempt or accessory to indictable offence punishable by summary conviction 463(c)
Attempt or accessory to hybrid offence 463(d)
Conspiracy to commit murder 465(1)(a) None
Conspiracy to prosecute an innocent person for an offence punishable by life or 14 years 465(1)(b)(i) None
Conspiracy to commit an indictable offence punishable by less than 14 years 465(1)(b)(ii) None
Participation in activities of criminal organization 467.11(1) None
Recruitment of members under the age of 18 by a criminal organization 467.111(a)
Recruitment of members by a criminal organization 467.111(b)
Commission of offence for criminal organization 467.12(1)
Instructing commission of offence for criminal organization 467.13(1) None
Recruitment of members by a criminal organization 467.111 None
Recruitment of members under the age of 18 by a criminal organization 467.111 6 months

Special Procedure and Powers (Part XV)

[Pt. XV – Special Procedure and Powers (ss. 483 to 492.2)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Use of seized bodily substances for other than DNA analysis 487.08(3) None
Breach of limited use order of DNA re 487.08(1.1) 487.08(4) None
Failure to comply with a preservation demand 487.0197 None
Financial institution that fails to comply with production order 487.0198 None
Failure to comply with a data preservation demand 487.0199 None
Failure to comply with DNA order 487.0552(1) None
Breach of Order of Restraint for Offence-related Property 490.8 None
Breach of restraint order under 490.9 490.8(9) None
Breach of SOIRA order 490.031(1) None
Breach of SOIRA order (false or misleading information) 490.0311(a) None
Breach of SOIRA Order, failing to notify of identity and address 490.0312 None

Compelling Appearance of an Accused Before a Justice and Interim Release (Part XVI)

[Pt. XVI – Compelling Appearance of an Accused Before a Justice and Interim Release (ss. 493 to 529.5)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Breach of non-publication order from show cause 517(2) None

Procedure on Preliminary Inquiry (Part XVIII)

[Pt. XVIII – Procedure on Preliminary Inquiry (ss. 535 to 551)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Breach of non-publication order at preliminary 539(3) None
Breach of restriction of publication of reports of preliminary inquiry 542(2) None

Procedure in Jury Trials and General Provisions (Part XX)

[Pt. XX – Procedure in Jury Trials and General Provisions (ss. 574 to 672)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Breach of non-publication order in jury trial 648(2) None
Disclosure of jury information 649 None

Mental Disorder (Part XX.1)

[Pt. XX.1 – Mental Disorder (ss. 672.1 to 672.95)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Breach of limitation re information that prior verdict of NCR 672.37(3)
Order restricting publication re certain offences before Review Board 672.501(11) None

Procuring Attendance (Part XXII)

[Pt. XXII – Procuring Attendance (ss. 697 to 715.2)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Contempt of court 708

Sentencing (Part XXIII)

[Pt. XXIII – Sentencing (ss. 716 to 751.1)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Breach of prohibition on use of bodily substance under a probation order 732.11(4) None
Breach of Probation 733.1 None
Breach of prohibition on use of bodily substance under a conditional sentence order – use of substance 742.31(1) and (4) None
Breach of prohibition on use of bodily substance under a conditional sentence order – use of results 742.31(1) and (4) None
Failure to comply with a custodial non-communication order 743.21 None
First or Second Degree Murder (Young Offender) 745.1 5 to 7, 10 years (variable)

Dangerous Offenders and Long-Term Offenders (Part XXIV)

[Pt. XXIV – Dangerous Offenders and Long-Term Offenders (ss. 752 to 761)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Breach of long-term supervision order 753.3 None

Summary Convictions (Part XXVII)

[Pt. XXVII – Summary Convictions (ss. 785 to 840)]

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Breach of a prohibition on use or disclosure of bodily substance or results of analysis obtained by a peace bond 810.4(4) None
Breach of a recognizance (peace bond) order under s. 83.3 or 810 to 810.2 811 None

Drug Offences

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Possession - Schedule I (opiates and related), w/o priors 4(3) CDSA
Possession - Schedule I (opiates and related), w/ priors 4(3) CDSA
Possession - Schedule II (cannaboids), w/o priors 4(4) CDSA
Possession - Schedule II (cannaboids), w/ priors 4(4) CDSA
Possession - Schedule III (psychedelics), w/o priors 4(6) CDSA
Possession - Schedule III (psychedelics), w/ priors 4(6) CDSA
Seek or obtain - Schedule III (opiates and related), w/o priors 4(7)(a)(i) or (b)(i) CDSA
Seek or obtain - Schedule III (opiates and related), w/ priors 4(7)(a)(i) or (b)(ii) CDSA
Seek or obtain - Schedule II (cannaboids), w/o priors 4(7)(a)(ii) or (b)(i) CDSA
Seek or obtain - Schedule II (cannaboids), w/ priors 4(7)(a)(ii) or (b)(ii) CDSA
Seek or obtain - Schedule III (psychedelics), w/o priors 4(7)(a)(iii) or (b)(i) CDSA
Seek or obtain - Schedule III (psychedelics), w/ priors 4(7)(a)(iii) or (b)(ii) CDSA
Seek or obtain - Schedule IV (barbiturates), w/o priors 4(7)(a)(iv) or (b)(i) CDSA
Seek or obtain - Schedule IV (barbiturates), w/ priors 4(7)(a)(iv) or (b)(ii) CDSA
Trafficking/PFP of Trafficking in Substance – Sch. I or II 5(3)(a) CDSA
Trafficking/PFP of Trafficking in Substance – Sch. I or II re crim. org. or violence 5(3)(a)(i) CDSA
Trafficking/PFP of Trafficking in Substance – Sch. I or II re youth or prison 5(3)(a)(ii) CDSA
Trafficking in substance – Schedule III or V 5(3)(b) CDSA
Trafficking in substance – Schedule IV 5(3)(c) CDSA
importing and exporting Schedule I (up to 1kg) and II drugs, w/o aggravation 6(3)(a) CDSA
importing and exporting Schedule I (up to 1kg) and II drugs, w/ aggravation 6(3)(a) CDSA
importing and exporting Schedule I (exceeding 1kg) and II drugs 6(3)(a.1) CDSA
importing and exporting Schedule III, V and VI drugs 6(3)(b) CDSA
importing and exporting Schedule IV drugs 6(3)(c) CDSA
Production Schedule I (opiates and related), w/o aggravation 7(2)(a) CDSA
Production Schedule I (opiates and related), w/ aggravation 7(2)(a) and (3) CDSA
Production Schedule II (cannaboids), w/o aggravation 7(2)(a.1) CDSA
Production Schedule II (cannaboids), w/ aggravation 7(2)(a.1) and (3) CDSA
Production Schedule III or V 7(2)(c) CDSA
Production Schedule IV 7(2)(d) CDSA

Youth Criminal Justice Act Offences

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Inducing a Young Person 136 YCJA
Breach of Youth Order 137 YCJA
Breach of Youth Placement Order 139(1) YCJA

Repealed and Unconstitutional Offences

Offence Section Minimums Maximums Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Indecent Assault 149, 156
Sexual Intercourse with Step-Daughter 158
Gross Indecency
Abortion
Anal Intercourse
Counselling or Aiding Suicide
Procuring and Living on the Avails of Prostitution
Rape

Miscellaneous Offences by Topic

See also

Offences by Penalty

This page was last substantively updated or reviewed April 2022. (Rev. # 79964)

Offences

See Also

List of Hybrid Offences=

See also: Offences by Penalty, List of Summary Conviction Offences, and List of Straight Indictable Offences
This page was last substantively updated or reviewed April 2022. (Rev. # 79964)

Maximum Penalty of 14 Years Imprisonment by Indictment

Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Sexual interference
From July 17, 2015
151 1 year jail (I)
90 days (S)
"two years less a day" (s. 718.3(7))a
Invitation to sexual touching
From July 17, 2015
152 1 year jail (I)
90 days (S)
"two years less a day" (s. 718.3(7))a
Sexual exploitation
From July 17, 2015
153(1.1) 1 year jail (I)
90 days (S)
"two years less a day" (s. 718.3(7))a
Bestiality in presence of child
From July 17, 2015
160(3) 1 year incarceration "two years less a day" (s.718.3(7))a
Making sexually explicit material available to child 171.1(2) 6 months jail (I)
90 days (S)
"two years less a day" (s. 718.3(7))a
Luring a child
From July 17, 2015
172.1(2) 1 year jail (I)
6 months (S)
"two years less a day" (s. 718.3(7))a
Agreement or arrangement — sexual offence against child
From July 17, 2015
172.2 1 year (I)
6 months (S)
"two years less a day" (s. 718.3(7))a
Sexual Assault - victim under 16 years
From July 17, 2015
271 1 year jail 18 months (I)
6 months (S)
(s. 718.3(7))a
Refusal
From December 18, 2018
320.15(2), 320.2 $1,000 fine, 30 days or 120 days jail "two years less a day"
Dangerous Operation When Accident Causes Bodily Harm
From December 18, 2018
320.13(2), 320.2 $1,000 fine, 30 days or 120 days jail "two years less a day"
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Failure to Stop After Accident Resulting in Bodily Harm
From December 18, 2018
320.16 (2), 320.2 $1,000 fine, 30 days or 120 days jail "two years less a day"
Operation while impaired and causing bodily harm
From December 18, 2018
320.14(2), 320.2 $1,000 fine, 30 days or 120 days jail "two years less a day"
Possess, use, traffic, etc in forgery instruments 368.1 N/A summary conviction

Maximum Penalty of 10 Years Imprisonment by Indictment

Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Sabotage
From September 19, 2019
52(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Concealing identity during a riot
From September 19, 2019
65(2) N/A summary conviction
Offences re freezing of property, disclosure or audit relative to terrorism
From September 19, 2019
83.12 1 year jail with priors $100,000 and/or 2 years less a day
Hoax re terrorist activity (bodily harm not death)
From September 19, 2019
83.231(3) N/A summary conviction
Possession of a weapon for purpose dangerous 88(1) N/A summary conviction
Unauthorized possession of weapon or firearm in vehicle 94(1) N/A summary conviction
Possession of prohibited or restricted weapon with ammunition 95(2) 3 or 5 years with prior 1 year
Possession of weapon obtained by crime 96(2) 1 year (I) "summary conviction"
Assembling automatic firearm 102(2) 1 year (on Indictment) 1 year
Possession of firearm contrary to prohibition order 117.01(3) N/A summary conviction
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Obstruct justice with elements of aggravation
From September 19, 2019
139(2) N/A summary conviction
Prison Breach
From September 19, 2019
144 N/A summary conviction
Bestiality 160(1) N/A summary conviction
Compelling bestiality 160(2) N/A summary conviction
Possession of Child Pornography
From July 17, 2015
163.1(4) 1 year "two years less a day" (s. 718.3(7))a
Accessing of Child Pornography
From July 17, 2015
163.1(4.1) 1 year "two years less a day" (s. 718.3(7))a
Criminal negligence causing bodily harm
From September 19, 2019
221 N/A "summary conviction"
Set trap and actually cause bodily harm
From September 19, 2019
247(2) N/A "summary conviction"
Keep trap to cause bodily harm to commit offence
From September 19, 2019
247(3) N/A "summary conviction"
Impeding attempt to save life
From September 19, 2019
262 N/A "summary conviction"
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Criminal Harassment 264(3) N/A summary conviction
Assault with a Weapon
From September 19, 2019
267(a) N/A "summary conviction"
Assault Causing Bodily Harm
From September 19, 2019
267(b) N/A "summary conviction"
Unlawfully cause bodily harm
From September 19, 2019
269 N/A "summary conviction"
Unlawfully cause bodily harm (failure to safeguard ice opening or excavation causing bodily harm) 269, 263(3)(b) N/A 18 months imprisonment
Assault of peace officer with a weapon or causing bodily harm
From September 19, 2019
270.01 N/A "summary conviction" (s. 270.03)
Sexual Assault, victim 16 years old or greater
From August 9, 2012
271(a) N/A 18 months imprisonment
Unlawful confinement, imprisonment, seizure
From September 19, 2019
279(2) N/A "summary conviction"
Profiting from trafficking in persons
From September 19, 2019
279.02(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Abduction of person under fourteen (other than parent or guardian)
From September 19, 2019
281 N/A "summary conviction"
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Abduction in contravention of custody order 282(1) N/A summary conviction
Abduction (by parent or guardian) 283(1) N/A summary conviction
Material benefit from sexual services
From September 19, 2019
286.2(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Dangerous operation of a conveyance
From December 18, 2018
320.13(1), 320.19(5) N/A Two years less a day
Operation While Impaired by Drug or Alcohol
From December 18, 2018
320.14(1)(a), 320.19(1) $1,000 fine, 30 days or 120 days jail Two years less a day
Operation While Over 80 BAC
From December 18, 2018
320.14(1)(b), 320.19(1) $1,500, $2,000 fine, 30 days or 120 days jail Two years less a day
Operation While Blood Drug Exceeds Regs re Drugs
From December 18, 2018
320.14(1)(c), 320.19(1) $1,000 fine, 30 days or 120 days jail Two years less a day
Operation While Blood Drug Exceeds Regs re Drugs
From December 18, 2018
320.14(1)(d), 320.19(1) $1,000 fine, 30 days or 120 days jail Two years less a day
Refusal
From December 18, 2018
320.15(1), 320.19(1), (4) $2,000 fine, 30 days or 120 days jail Two years less a day
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Failure to Stop at Accident
From December 18, 2018
320.16 (1), 320.19(5) Two years less a day
flight from peace officer
From December 18, 2018
320.17, 320.19(5) N/A Two years less a day
Operation While Prohibited
From December 18, 2018
320.18, 320.19(5) N/A Two years less a day
Motor vehicle theft
From September 19, 2019
333.1 6 months (with 2 or more priors) "two years less a day"
Theft of cattle
From September 19, 2019
338(2) N/A "summary conviction"
Destroying documents of title
From September 19, 2019
340 N/A "summary conviction"
Theft, forgery of credit card 342(1) N/A summary conviction
Credit card data offence 342(3) N/A summary conviction
Instruments for credit card fraud 342.01(1) N/A summary conviction
Unauthorized use of computer 342.1(1) N/A summary conviction
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Break and enter of a non dwelling-house 348(1)(e) N/A summary conviction
Unlawfully in a dwelling-house 349(1) N/A summary conviction
Possession of break-in instruments 351(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Disguise with intent
From September 19, 2019
351(2) N/A "summary conviction"
Theft from Mail 356(3) N/A Summary conviction
Bring into Canada property obtained by crime
From September 19, 2019
357 N/A "summary conviction"
False pretence over $5,000 or involving a testamentary instrument
From September 19, 2019
362(2)(a) N/A "summary conviction"
Forgery 366, 367 N/A summary conviction
Utter forged document 368(1) N/A summary conviction
Fraudulent manipulation of stock exchange deals
From September 19, 2019
382 N/A "summary conviction"
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Prohibited insider trading
From September 19, 2019
382.1(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Offences in relation to mines
From September 19, 2019
396(1) N/A "summary conviction"
False prospectus
From September 19, 2019
400(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Personation with intent / Identity fraud 403 N/A summary conviction
Intimidation impeding health services
From January 16, 2022
423.2 N/A "summary conviction"
Threat against U.N. or associated personnel
From September 19, 2019
424.1 N/A "summary conviction"
Mischief over $5000 or involving testament 430(3) N/A summary conviction
Mischief to religious building etc
From September 19, 2019
430(4.1) N/A "summary conviction"
Mischief relating to war memorials
From September 19, 2019
430(4.11) $1,000, 14 days jail, 30 days jail "summary conviction"
Mischief to cultural property 430(4.2) N/A summary conviction
Mischief to data 430(5) N/A summary conviction
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Arson for fraudulent purpose
From September 19, 2019
435(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Interference with signal, buoy or sea-mark used for the purpose of navigation
From September 19, 2019
439(2) N/A "summary conviction"
Laundering proceeds of crime 462.31(2) N/A summary conviction
Breach of long-term supervision order
From September 19, 2019
753.3 N/A "summary conviction"
Drug Trafficking (Schedule III) CDSA 5 18 months imprisonment N/A
Importing and exporting drugs, (Schedule III, V, or VI) CDSA 6(3)(b) N/A 18 months imprisonment
Drug production (Schedule III) CDSA 7(2)(c) N/A 18 months imprisonment

Maximum Penalty of 7 Years Imprisonment by Indictment

Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Drug possession (Schedule I) CDSA 4(3) N/A 6 months or 1 year with priors
Obtain drugs from practitioner (Schedule I) CDSA 4(7) N/A 6 months or 1 year with priors

Maximum Penalty of 5 Years Imprisonment by Indictment

Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Procuring Identity Documents 56.1 N/A summary conviction
Possession of forged passport
From September 19, 2019
57(3) N/A summary conviction
Offences respecting military stores
From September 19, 2019
62 N/A summary conviction
Concealment of identity during an unlawful assembly 66(2) N/A summary conviction
Unlawful training or drilling of milita
From September 19, 2019
70 N/A summary conviction
Possession of explosive without lawful excuse
From September 19, 2019
82(1) N/A summary conviction
Hoax re terrorist activity (no bodily harm or death)
From September 19, 2019
83.231(2) N/A "summary conviction"
Unsafe Storage or Careless Use of a Firearm - on second or more convictions 86(1), (2) N/A summary conviction
Pointing a firearm 87(2) N/A summary conviction
Carrying concealed weapon 90(2) N/A summary conviction
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Unauthorized possession of firearm 91(1) N/A summary conviction
Unauthorized possession of prohibited weapon or restricted weapon 91(2) N/A summary conviction
Possession of weapon or firearm at unauthorized place 93(2) N/A summary conviction
Transfer of firearm without authority 101(2) N/A summary conviction
Unauthorized importing or exporting firearms 104(2) N/A "summary conviction"
Offences re lost, destroyed, defaced weapons 105(2) N/A "summary conviction"
Destruction of weapons offences re report 106(2) N/A "summary conviction"
False statements respecting firearms 107(2) N/A "summary conviction"
Tampering with firearm serial number 108(2) N/A "summary conviction"
Fraud on government
From September 19, 2019
121(3) N/A
Selling, etc., of tobacco products and raw leaf tobacco
From September 19, 2019
121.1 90, 180, or 2 years less a day
(with prior conviction(s)
summary conviction
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Breach of trust by public officer
From September 19, 2019
122 N/A
Bribing municipal official
From September 19, 2019
123(1) N/A
Influencing municipal official
From September 19, 2019
123(2) N/A
Selling or purchasing office
From September 19, 2019
124 N/A
Influencing appointment in office
From September 19, 2019
125 N/A
Personation of peace officer 130 N/A summary conviction
Public mischief 140(2) N/A summary conviction
Corruptly taking reward
From September 19, 2019
142 N/A summary conviction
Rescue or permitting escape
From September 19, 2019
147 N/A
Aid prisoner of war to escape
From September 19, 2019
148 N/A
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Sexual exploitation of persons with disability
From September 19, 2019
153.1(1) N/A summary conviction
Voyeurism 162(1) N/A summary conviction
Distribution of voyeurism material 162(4) N/A summary conviction
Distribution of intimate images 162.1(1) N/A summary conviction
Possession of Child Pornography
August 9, 2012 to July 17, 2015
163.1(4) 6 months imprisonment 18 months imprisonment (s. 718.3(7))a
Possession of Child Pornography
November 1, 2005 to August 9, 2012
163.1(4) 45 days 18 months imprisonment (s. 718.3(7))a
Accessing of Child Pornography
August 9, 2012 to July 17, 2015
163.1(4.1) 6 months imprisonment 18 months imprisonment (s. 718.3(7))a
Accessing of Child Pornography
November 1, 2005 to August 9, 2012
163.1(4.1) 45 days 18 months imprisonment (s. 718.3(7))a
Indignity or neglect of dead body
From September 19, 2019
182 N/A
Interception of private communication
From September 19, 2019
184(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Interception of radio-based telephone communications
From September 19, 2019
184.5(1) N/A
Failure to provide necessaries of life
From September 19, 2019
215(3) N/A summary conviction
Abandoning child
From September 19, 2019
218 N/A summary conviction
Infanticide
From September 19, 2019
237 N/A summary conviction
Failure to comply with safeguards
From September 19, 2019
241.3 N/A summary conviction
forgery or destruction of documents re assisted dying
From September 19, 2019
241.4 N/A summary conviction
Neglect to obtain assistance and concealing birth
From September 19, 2019
242 N/A summary conviction
Keep trap and cause death in place to commit offence
From September 19, 2019
247(1) and 247(5) N/A summary conviction
Utter threats to cause death or bodily harm
From September 19, 2019
264.1(2) N/A "summary conviction"
Assault 266 N/A summary conviction
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Assaulting a peace officer 270(1) and (2) N/A summary conviction (s. 270.03)
Disarming a peace officer
From September 19, 2019
270.1 N/A "summary conviction"
Removal of child from Canada 273.3(2) N/A summary conviction
Withholding or destroying documents in respect of human trafficking - victim 18 years and above
From September 19, 2019
279.03(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Obtaining sexual services for consideration
From September 19, 2019
286.1(1) $2,000 or $4,000
(if near persons under 18 years)
$1,000 or $2,000
fine not more than "$5,000"/"two years less a day" (s. 718.3(7))a
Advertising sexual services
From September 19, 2019
286.4 N/A "summary conviction"
Bigamy
From September 19, 2019
291(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Procuring feigned marriage
From September 19, 2019
292(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Polygamy
From September 19, 2019
293(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Forced marriage
From September 19, 2019
293.1 N/A "summary conviction"
Marriage under age of 16 years
From September 19, 2019
293.2 N/A "summary conviction"
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Publishing defamatory libel knowing it to be false
From September 19, 2019
300 N/A "summary conviction"
Extortion by libel
From September 19, 2019
302(3) N/A "summary conviction"
Conversion therapy
From January 7, 2022
320.102 N/A summary conviction
Fraud respecting cattle
From September 19, 2019
338(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Drift timber fraud
From September 19, 2019
339(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Criminal interest rate 347(1) N/A "$25,000" and/or 6 months
Criminal interest rate
From September 19, 2019
347(1) N/A "$25,000" or "two years less a day"
Tampering with vehicle identification number 353.1 Summary conviction N/A
Trafficking in stolen property no more than $5,000 355.2, 355.5 N/A Summary conviction
Poss'n for the purpose of trafficking in stolen property no more than $5,000 355.4, 355.5 N/A Summary conviction
Obtaining execution of valuable security by fraud
From September 19, 2019
363 N/A "summary conviction"
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Damaging documents
From September 19, 2019
377(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Offences in relation to registers
From September 19, 2019
378 N/A "summary conviction"
Passing on insider information 382.1(2) N/A summary conviction
Gaming in stock or merchandise
From September 19, 2019
383(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Reducing stock by selling for own account
From September 19, 2019
384 N/A "summary conviction"
Fraudulent registration of title
From September 19, 2019
386 N/A "summary conviction"
Fraud in relation to valuable minerals by holder of lease or licence
From September 19, 2019
394(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Sale of valuable mineral save by lawful authority
From September 19, 2019
394(2) N/A "summary conviction"
Purchase of valuable mineral save from owner
From September 19, 2019
394(3) N/A "summary conviction"
Possession of stolen or fraudulently obtained valuable minerals
From September 19, 2019
394.1(3) N/A "summary conviction"
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Falsification of books and documents
From September 19, 2019
397(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Participation in falsification of books and docs
From September 19, 2019
397(2) N/A "summary conviction"
False return by public officer
From September 19, 2019
399 N/A "summary conviction"
Identity theft 402.2(1) N/A Summary conviction
Trafficking in identity information 402.2(2) N/A Summary conviction
Acknowledging instrument in false name
From September 19, 2019
405 N/A "summary conviction"
Offences re military stores 420(1) N/A summary conviction
Criminal breach of contract 422(1) N/A summary conviction
Intimidation 423(1) N/A summary conviction
Threat against an internationally protected person
From September 19, 2019
424 N/A "summary conviction"
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Threats and retaliation vs employees re union work 425.1(2) N/A summary conviction
Secret commission
From September 19, 2019
426(3) N/A "summary conviction"
Mischief in special circumstances re danger to life, or to data or property 430(5.1) N/A summary conviction
Unauthorized recording of a movie (for profit) 432(2) N/A summary conviction
Arson by negligence
From September 19, 2019
436(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Possession of incendiary material
From September 19, 2019
436.1 N/A "summary conviction"
Interference with saving of wrecked vessel
From September 19, 2019
438(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Occupant injuring building
From September 19, 2019
441 N/A "summary conviction"
Interfere with international boundary line
From September 19, 2019
443(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Injuring or endangering cattle 444(2) N/A $10,000 and/or 18 months
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Injuring or endangering other animals
From September 19, 2019
445(2) N/A "$10,000" and/or "two years less a day"
Killing or injuring law enforcement animals
From September 19, 2019
445.01(2) 6 months (if done in commission of an offence) "$10,000" and/or "two years less a day" (s. 445.01(3))
Cruelty to animals
From September 19, 2019
445.1(2) N/A "$10,000" and/or "two years less a day"
Arena for animal fighting
From September 19, 2019
447(2) N/A $10,000 and/or "two years less a day"
Having clippings for gold without justification
From September 19, 2019
451 N/A "summary conviction"
Conspiracy to commit an indictable offence punishable by less than 14 years 465(1)(b)(ii) N/A N/A
Participation in activities of criminal organization
From September 19, 2019
467.11(1) N/A "summary conviction" (s. 467.14)
Breach of Order of Restraint for Offence-related Property
From September 19, 2019
490.8 N/A "summary conviction"

Maximum Penalty of 5 Years Less a Day Imprisonment by Indictment

Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Drug possession (Schedule II) CDSA 4(4) N/A 6 months or 1 year
Obtain drugs from a practitioner (Schedule II) CDSA 4(7) N/A 6 months or 1 year

Maximum Penalty of 4 Years Imprisonment by Indictment

Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Breach of 161 prohibition order
From September 19, 2019
161(4) N/A summary conviction
Breach of s. 162.2 Internet Prohibition Order
From September 19, 2019
162.2(4) N/A summary conviction
Breach of Probation
From September 19, 2019
733.1 N/A "summary conviction"
Breach of a recognizance (peace bond) order under s. 83.3 or 810 to 810.2
From September 19, 2019
811 N/A "summary conviction"

Maximum Penalty of 3 Years Imprisonment by Indictment

Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Drug possession (Schedule III) CDSA 4(6) N/A 6 months or 1 year
Obtain drugs from a practitioner (Schedule III) CDSA 4(7) N/A 6 months or 1 year
Obtain drugs from a practitioner (Schedule III)
(with Priors)
CDSA 4(7) N/A 6 months or 1 year
Drug trafficking (Schedule IV) CDSA 5(3)(c)(i) N/A 1 year
Importing and exporting drugs, (Schedule IV) CDSA 6(3)(c) N/A 1 year
Drug production (Schedule IV) CDSA 7(2)(d) N/A 1 year

Maximum Penalty of 2 Years Imprisonment by Indictment

Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
False information respecting passport 57(2) N/A summary conviction
Fraudulent use of citizenship certificate
From September 19, 2019
58(1) N/A summary conviction
Participating in a riot
From September 19, 2019
65(1) N/A summary conviction
Peace officer’s neglect in riot situation
From September 19, 2019
69 N/A summary conviction
Unsafe Storage or Careless Use of a Firearm - on first conviction 86(1),(2) N/A summary conviction
Forcible entry or forcible detainer 72 and 73 N/A summary conviction
Disobeying a statute where no other set sentence
From September 19, 2019
126(1) N/A summary conviction
Disobey order of Court 127(1) N/A summary conviction
Misconduct by officers executing process
From September 19, 2019
128 N/A summary conviction
Offences relating to public or peace officers 129 N/A summary conviction
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
False affidavits
From September 19, 2019
138 N/A "summary conviction"
Obstruct justice (aggravating elements of 139(2) not being made out) 139(1) N/A summary conviction
Compounding indictable offence
From September 19, 2019
141(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Escape and being at large without excuse 145(1) N/A summary conviction
Failure to attend court or surrender
From December 18, 2019
145(2) N/A "summary conviction"
Failure to comply with appearance notice or summons
From December 18, 2019
145(3) N/A "summary conviction"
failure to comply with undertaking
From December 18, 2019
145(4) N/A "summary conviction"
failure to comply with release order
From December 18, 2019
145(5) N/A "summary conviction"
Permitting or assisting escape
From September 19, 2019
146 N/A "summary conviction"
Obscenity 163 and 169 N/A summary conviction
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Immoral theatrical performance 167 and 169 N/A summary conviction
Mailing obscene matter 168 and 169 N/A summary conviction
Corrupting children
From September 19, 2019
172(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Indecent act
From September 19, 2019
173(1) N/A summary conviction
Indecent exposure 173(2) 90 days (I)
30 days (S)
summary conviction
Obstructing or violence to or arrest of officiating clergyman
From September 19, 2019
176(1) N/A summary conviction
Common nuisance
From September 19, 2019
180(1) N/A
Possession of equipment for wiretapping illegally
From September 19, 2019
191(1) N/A summary conviction
Disclosure of information from wiretap
From September 19, 2019
193(1) N/A summary conviction
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Disclosure of information from wiretap
From September 19, 2019
193.1(1) N/A summary conviction
Keeping gaming or betting house
From September 19, 2019
201(1) N/A summary conviction
Breach of gambling rules and regulations 204(10) N/A Summary conviction
Lotteries Offences respecting lotteries
From September 19, 2019
206(1) N/A
Offences involving management of permitted lottery scheme 207(3)(a) N/A summary conviction
Offences involving management of permitted lottery scheme (on ship) 207.1(3)(a) N/A summary conviction
Cheating at play
From September 19, 2019
209 N/A
Concealing body of child
From September 19, 2019
243 N/A summary conviction
Utter threats to destroy property or animals 264.1(3) N/A summary conviction
Pretending to solemnize marriage
From September 19, 2019
294 N/A "summary conviction"
Solemnizing marriage contrary to law
From September 19, 2019
295 N/A "summary conviction"
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Publishing defamatory libel (not aggravating under s. 300)
From September 19, 2019
301 N/A "summary conviction"
Public incitement of hatred 319(1) N/A summary conviction
Wilful promotion of hatred 319(2) N/A summary conviction
Promoting or advertising conversion therapy
From January 7, 2022
320.103 N/A summary conviction
Material benefit from conversion therapy
From January 7, 2022
320.104 N/A summary conviction
Possession, etc., of device to obtain use of telecommunication facility or telecommunication service
From ??
327(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Theft under $5,000 or not of testamentary instrument 334(b) N/A summary conviction
Fraudulent concealment
From September 19, 2019
341 N/A "summary conviction"
Possession of device to obtain computer service 342.2(1) N/A summary conviction
Possession of instruments to break into coin machines
From September 19, 2019
352 N/A "summary conviction"
Sale of automobile master key
From September 19, 2019
353(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Possession of stolen goods under $5,000 and not of testamentary instrument 355(b) N/A summary conviction
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
False pretence not over $5,000 and not involving a testamentary instrument 362(2)(b) N/A summary conviction
False message
From March 9, 2015
372(1) N/A summary conviction
Indecent phone call 372(2) N/A summary conviction
Harassing telephone call 372(3) N/A summary conviction
Fraud under $5,000 and not involving a testamentary instrument 380(1)(b) N/A summary conviction
Breach of s. 380.2 fraud prohibition order 380.2 N/A summary conviction
Using mails to defraud
From September 19, 2019
381 N/A "summary conviction"
Fraudulent concealment of title documents
From September 19, 2019
385(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Fraudulent sale of real property
From September 19, 2019
387 N/A "summary conviction"
Misleading receipt
From September 19, 2019
388 N/A "summary conviction"
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Fraudulent disposal of goods on which $ advanced
From September 19, 2019
389(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Fraudulent receipts under Bank Act
From September 19, 2019
390 N/A "summary conviction"
Disposal of property to defraud creditors
From September 19, 2019
392 N/A "summary conviction"
Fraud in relation to fares
From September 19, 2019
393(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Offering advantage to avoid paying fare
From September 19, 2019
393(2) N/A "summary conviction"
Forging a trade mark to deceive or defraud 407 and 412(1) N/A summary conviction
Passing off wares or trademarks to deceive or defraud 408 and 412(1) N/A summary conviction
Possession of instruments for forging trade marks 409 and 412(1) N/A summary conviction
Other offences in relation to trade marks 410 and 412(1) N/A summary conviction
Used goods sold without disclosure 411 and 412(1) N/A summary conviction
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Offences respecting wrecks 415 N/A summary conviction
Applying or removing marks without authority
From September 19, 2019
417(1) N/A "summary conviction"
Receiving or possessing public stores bearing mark 417(2) N/A summary conviction
Mischief under $5000 and not involving testament 430(4) N/A summary conviction
Unauthorized recording of a movie (not for profit) 432(1) N/A summary conviction
False alarm of fire 437 N/A summary conviction
Remove natural bar without permission
From September 19, 2019
440 N/A "summary conviction"
Causing damage or injury to animals
From September 19, 2019
446(2) N/A "summary conviction"
Utter counterfeit coin
From September 19, 2019
453 N/A "summary conviction"
Failure to comply with DNA order 487.0552(1) N/A summary conviction
Offence Section Minimums Summary Election Maximum CSO
Eligible
(On Indictment)
Mandatory
Consecutive Time
Breach of limited use order of DNA re 487.08(1.1) 487.08(4) N/A summary conviction
Breach of SOIRA order
From September 19, 2019
490.031(1) N/A $10,000 and/or "two years less a day"
Breach of SOIRA order (false or misleading information)
From September 19, 2019
490.0311(a) N/A $10,000 and/or "two years less a day"
Failure to comply with a custodial non-communication order
From September 19, 2019
743.21 N/A "summary conviction"

Previous Offences

References

See Also

List of Hybrid Offences (Previous)

See also: Offences by Penalty, List of Summary Conviction Offences, and List of Straight Indictable Offences

Hybrid Offences

See also: List of Hybrid Offences

Maximum Penalty of 10 Years Imprisonment by Indictment

Offence Section Maximum Fine Minimums Consecutive Time
Offences re freezing of property, disclosure or audit relative to terrorism
Until September 19, 2019
83.12 1 year jail with priors $100,000 and/or 1 year No
Hoax re terrorist activity (bodily harm not death)
Until September 19, 2019
83.231(3) None 18 months imprisonment No
Possession of prohibited or restricted weapon with ammunition
Until September 19, 2019
95(2) ?? ? No
Sexual interference
November 1, 2005 to August 9, 2012
151 45 days 18 months No
Invitation to sexual touching
August 9, 2012 to July 17, 2015
152 1 year jail (I)
90 days (S)
18 months No
Invitation to sexual touching
November 1, 2005 to August 9, 2012
152 45 days jail 18 months No
Sexual exploitation
August 9, 2012 to July 17, 2015
153(1.1) 1 year (I)
90 days (S)
18 months No
Sexual exploitation
November 1, 2005 to August 9, 2012
153(1.1) 45 days 18 months No
Sexual interference
August 9, 2012 to July 17, 2015
151 1 year (I)
90 days (S)
18 months No
Anal intercourse (unconstitutional) [Repealed] 159(1) None summary conviction No
Bestiality in presence of child
1985 to August 9, 2012
160(3) None Summary conviction Yes (s. 718.3(7))a
Bestiality in presence of child
August 9, 2012 to July 17, 2015
160(3) 1 year 2 years less a day Yes (s. 718.3(7))a
Making Child Pornography
August 9, 2012 to July 17, 2015
163.1(2) 1 year two years less a day Yes (s. 718.3(7))a
Making Child Pornography
November 1, 2005 to August 9, 2012
163.1(2) 1 year 18 months Yes (s. 718.3(7))a
Distribution of Child Pornography
August 9, 2012 to July 17, 2015
163.1(3) 12 months imprisonment two years less a day Yes (s. 718.3(7))a
Distribution of Child Pornography
November 1, 2005 to August 9, 2012
163.1(3) 1 year 18 months Yes (s. 718.3(7))a
Luring a child
August 9, 2012 to July 17, 2015
172.1(2) 1 year 18 months Yes (s. 718.3(7))a
Luring a child
June 22, 2007 to August 9, 2012
172.1(2) None 18 months Yes (s. 718.3(7))a
Agreement or arrangement — sexual offence against child
August 9, 2012 to July 17, 2015
172.2 1 year 18 months imprisonment Yes (s. 718.3(7))a
Assault with a Weapon
Until September 19, 2019
267(a) None 18 months No
Assault Causing Bodily Harm
Until September 19, 2019
267(b) None 18 months No
Unlawfully cause bodily harm
Until September 19, 2019
269 None 18 months imprisonment No
Assault of peace officer with a weapon or causing bodily harm
Until September 19, 2019
270.01 None 18 months imprisonment Yes (s. 270.03)
Sexual Assault, victim under 16 years
August 9, 2012 to July 17, 2015
271(a) 1 year 18 months No
Sexual Assault
1994 to August 9, 2012
271(1)(a) None 18 months No
Unlawful confinement, imprisonment, seizure
Until September 19, 2019
279(2) None 18 months No
Motor vehicle theft
Until September 19, 2019
333.1 6 months (with 2 or more priors) 18 months No
Mischief to religious building etc
Until September 19, 2019
430(4.1) None 18 months No
Mischief relating to war memorials
Until September 19, 2019
430(4.11) $1,000, 14 days jail, 30 days jail 18 months imprisonment No

Maximum Penalty of 5 Years Imprisonment by Indictment

Offence Section Maximum Fine Minimums Consecutive Time
Sexual exploitation of persons with disability
Until September 19, 2019
153.1(1) None 18 months No
Failure to provide necessaries of life
Until September 19, 2019
215(3) None 18 months No
Abandoning child
Until September 19, 2019
218 None 18 months No
Failure to comply with safeguards
Until September 19, 2019
241.3 None 18 months imprisonment No
forgery or destruction of documents re assisted dying
Until September 19, 2019
241.4 None 18 months imprisonment No
Dangerous operation of motor vehicle
Until December 18, 2018
249(2) None summary conviction No
Flight from a Peace Officer - no bodily harm or death
Until December 18, 2018
249.1(1) None summary conviction No
Dangerous driving (street racing) - no bodily harm or death
Until December 18, 2018
249.4(2) None summary conviction No
Failure to stop at scene of accident
Until December 18, 2018
252(1.1) None summary conviction No
Impaired operation, over .08 or refusal
Until December 18, 2018
253, 254 and 255(1)(a),(b) $1,000, 30 days, or 120 days 18 months No
Operate motor vehicle while disqualified
Until December 18, 2018
259(4) None summary conviction No
Utter threats to cause death or bodily harm
Until September 19, 2019
264.1(2) None 18 months No
Disarming a peace officer
Until September 19, 2019
270.1 None 18 months No
Abduction of person under 16
Until September 19, 2019
280(1) None "summary conviction" No
Obtaining sexual services for consideration
Until September 19, 2019
286.1(1) $2,000 or $4,000
(if near persons under 18 years)
$1,000 or $2,000
"18 months" Yes (s. 718.3(7))a
Advertising sexual services
Until September 19, 2019
286.4 None 18 months imprisonment No
Criminal interest rate
Until September 19, 2019
347(1) None "$25,000" or 6 months jail No
Injuring or endangering other animals
Until September 19, 2019
445(2) None $10,000 and/or 18 months No
Killing or injuring law enforcement animals
Until September 19, 2019
445.01(2) 6 months (if done in commission of an offence) $10,000 and/or 18 months Yes (s. 445.01(3))
Cruelty to animals
Until September 19, 2019
445.1(2) None $10,000 and/or 18 months No
Keeping cockpit
Until September 19, 2019
447(2) None $10,000 and/or 18 months No
Advertising and dealing in counterfeit money
Until September 19, 2019
460(1) None "summary conviction" No

Maximum Penalty of 4 Years Imprisonment by Indictment

Offence Section Maximum Fine Minimums Consecutive Time
Breach of 161 prohibition order
Until September 19, 2019
161(4) None 18 months No
Breach of s. 162.2 Internet Prohibition Order
Until September 19, 2019
162.2(4) None 18 months No
Breach of Probation
Until September 19, 2019
733.1 None 18 months and/or $5,000 No
Breach of a recognizance (peace bond) order under s. 83.3 or 810 to 810.2
Until September 19, 2019
811 None 18 months No

Maximum Penalty of 2 Years Imprisonment by Indictment

Offence Section Maximum Fine Minimums Consecutive Time
Causing damage or injury to animals
Until September 19, 2019
446(2) None $5,000/6 Months No
Failure to comply with a custodial non-communication order
Until September 19, 2019
743.21 None 18 months imprisonment No
Breach of SOIRA order
Until September 19, 2019
490.031(1) None $10,000 and/or 6 months No
Breach of SOIRA order (false or misleading information)
Until September 19, 2019
490.0311(a) None $10,000 and/or 6 months No

Other

Offence Section Maximum Fine Minimums Consecutive Time
Importing or exporting instruments or literature for illicit drug use (first offence) 462.2(a) "one hundred thousand dollars" None No
Importing or exporting instruments or literature for illicit drug use (second or subsequent offence) 462.2(b) "three hundred thousand dollars" None No -->

List of Straight Indictable Offences

This page was last substantively updated or reviewed January 2021. (Rev. # 79964)
See also: Offences by Penalty, List of Hybrid Offences, and List of Summary Conviction Offences

Minimum Punishment is Imprisonment for Life

Offence Section Minimums CSO Eligible Mandatory Consecutive Time
High Treason 46(1), 47(1) and 745 25 years without parole
Treason (overthrow gov't) 47 (2)(a), (c), or (d) and 745 N/A
Treason (espionage while at war) 47 (2)(b) or (e) and 745 N/A
First Degree Murder 235 and 745 25 years without parole Varies[1]
Second Degree Murder (with prior conviction for murder, war crimes or crimes against humanity) 235 and 745 25 years without parole [2]
Second Degree Murder 235 and 745 10 years without parole Varies
  1. see Cruel and Unusual Punishment and R v Bissonnette, 2022 SCC 23
  2. see Cruel and Unusual Punishment and R v Bissonnette, 2022 SCC 23

Maximum Punishment of Imprisonment for Life

Offence Section Minimums CSO Eligible Mandatory Consecutive Time
Interfering with reading of riot proclamation or refusing to cease participation in riot 68 N/A
Piracy by law of nations 74 N/A
Hijacking 76 N/A
Endangering safety of aircraft or airport 77 N/A
Seizing control of ship or fixed platform 78.1(1) N/A
Violent act on board a shop or platform 78.1(2) N/A
False information re safe navigation 78.1(3) N/A
Threats to commit offences at 78.1(2) 78.1(4) N/A
Breach of duty of care re explosives endangering life 80(a) N/A
Intending to cause explosion or use corrosive substance with intent to cause death or serious harm 81(1)(a), (b) and 81(2)(a) N/A
Possession, etc., of nuclear material, radioactive material or device 82.3 N/A
Use or alteration of nuclear material, radioactive material or device 82.4 N/A
Commission of indictable offence to obtain nuclear material, etc. 82.5 N/A
Committing an Offence for a Terrorist Group 83.2 N/A (see 742.1(d)) (see 83.26)
Instructing activity for terrorist group 83.21(1) N/A (see 742.1(d)) (s. 83.26)
Instructing terrorist activity 83.22(1) N/A (see 742.1(d)) (s. 83.26)
Hoax re terrorist activity (causing death) 83.231(4) N/A (see 742.1(d))
Break and enter to steal firearm 98(4) N/A
Robbery to steal firearm 98.1 N/A
Causing death by criminal negligence (involving the use of a firearm) 220(a) 4 years imprisonment (see 742.1(b))
Negligence causing death (no firearm) 220(b) N/A
Manslaughter (involving use of a firearm) 236(a) 4 years (see 742.1(b))
Manslaughter (not involving use of a firearm) 236(b) N/A
Killing unborn child in act of birth 238 N/A
Attempted Murder (with restricted or prohibited firearm) 239(1)(a)(i) and (ii) 5 or 7 years with prior (see 742.1(c)(i))
Attempt to commit murder (use of a firearm which is not a restricted or prohibited firearm) 239(1)(a.1) 4 years (see 742.1(c)(i))
Attempt to commit murder (no use of a firearm) 239(1)(b) N/A (see 742.1(c)(i))
Accessory after fact to murder 240 N/A
Overcoming resistance to commission of offence 246 N/A
Interfere with transportation likely to cause death 248 N/A
Manslaughter (Failure to safeguard ice opening or excavation resulting in death) 236, 263(3)(a) N/A
Sexual assault with a weapon or causing bodily harm, victim under 16
From July 17, 2015
272(2)(a.2) 5 years jail (see 742.1(b)) (s. 718.3(7))a
Aggravated sexual assault victim under 16 years
From November 6, 2012
273(2)(a.2) 5 years jail (see 742.1(b)) (s. 718.3(7))a
Aggravated sexual assault with restricted firearm or for a criminal organization 273(2)(a)(i) and (ii) 5 or 7 years with prior (if prior, see 742.1(b))
Aggravated sexual assault with a non restricted firearm 273(2)(a.1) 4 years (see 742.1(b))
Aggravated sexual assault without a firearm 273(2)(b) N/A
Kidnapping, trafficking in persons, hostage taking and abduction with restricted firearm etc or for a criminal organization 279(1.1)(a)(i) and (ii) 5 or 7 years with prior (if prior, see 742.1(b))
Kidnapping, trafficking in persons, hostage taking and abduction with a non-restricted firearm 279(1.1)(a.1) 4 years (see 742.1(b))
Kidnapping, trafficking in persons under the age of 16, hostage taking and abduction
From June, 2013
279(1.1)(a.2)
From June 23, 2013
5 years (see 742.1(b))
Kidnapping, trafficking in persons, hostage taking and abduction without a firearm 279(1.1)(b) N/A
Hostage taking with restricted firearm or for benefit of criminal organization 279.1(2)(a)(i) and (ii) 5 or 7 years with prior (if prior, see 742.1(b))
Hostage taking with a non-restricted firearm 279.1(2)(a.1) 4 years (see 742.1(b))
Hostage taking (without aggravating elements) 279.1(2)(b) N/A (see 742.1(b))
Trafficking in persons (kidnap, aggravated assault, aggravated sexual assault, or death) 279.01(1)(a) 5 years (see 742.1(b))
Trafficking in persons under the age of 18 years (kidnap, aggravated assault, aggravated sexual assault, or death) 279.011(a) 6 years (see 742.1(b)) (s. 718.3(7))a
dangerous operation when accident causes death
From December 18, 2018
320.13(3), 320.21 $1,000 fine, 30 days or 90 days jail
Operation While Impaired or Blood Concentration Over and Causing Death
From December 18, 2018
320.14(3), 320.21 $1,000 fine, 30 days or 90 days jail
Refusal When Accident Resulting in Death
From December 18, 2018
320.15(3), 320.21 $1,000 fine, 30 days or 90 days jail
Failure to stop after accident resulting in death
From December 18, 2018
320.16(3), 320.21 $1,000 fine, 30 days or 90 days jail