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Criminal Code of Canada

Alberta Court of Queen's Bench Rules Respecting Pre-Trial Conferences (SI/86-
79); Alberta for the Purposes of the Criminal Interest Rate Provisions of the
Criminal Code, Order Designating (SOR/2010-21); Alberta Rules of Practice
Respecting Reduction in the Number of Years of Imprisonment without Eligibility
for Parole ...

Criminal Code

(3) Subsection (1) does not apply if the force is used or threatened by another
person for the purpose of doing something that they are required or authorized by
law to do in the administration or enforcement of the law, unless the person who
commits the act that constitutes the offence believes on reasonable grounds that

Criminal Code - R.S.C., 1985, c. C-46

(a) a peace officer,. (b) a public officer,. (c) a member of the Canadian Forces, or.
(d) any person who may exercise powers, pursuant to a law in force in a foreign
state, that would, in Canada, be exercised by a person referred to in paragraph (a
), (b), or (c),. whether the person exercises powers in Canada or outside Canada;

Criminal Code

(6) Renewals of an authorization may be given by a judge of a superior court of
criminal jurisdiction or a judge as defined in section 552 on receipt by him or her
of an ex parte application in writing signed by the Attorney General of the
province in which the application is made or the Minister of Public Safety and
Emergency ...

Criminal Code

45 Every one is protected from criminal responsibility for performing a surgical
operation on any person for the benefit of that person if. (a) the operation is
performed with reasonable care and skill; and. (b) it is reasonable to perform the
operation, having regard to the state of health of the person at the time the
operation is ...

The "Spanking" Law: Section 43 of the Criminal Code (PRB 05-10E)

Section 43 of the Criminal Code is controversial in that it expressly offers parents
and teachers a defence when they use reasonable force to discipline a child.
Given an increased recognition of the rights and best interests of children, many
have called for an end to any form of physical punishment of children and youth
in ...

Criminal Code

215 (1) Every one is under a legal duty. (a) as a parent, foster parent, guardian or
head of a family, to provide necessaries of life for a child under the age of sixteen
years;. (b) to provide necessaries of life to their spouse or common-law partner;
and. (c) to provide necessaries of life to a person under his charge if that person.

The Mental Disorder Provisions of the Criminal Code (PRB 05-05E)

INTRODUCTION. Many individuals found unfit to stand trial or not criminally
responsible on account of mental disorder have histories of mental illness or
psychiatric treatment for a mental disorder. Research suggests that individuals
with mental disorders ...

Criminal Code and Regulations - Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Dec 22, 2012 ... Criminal Code and Regulations. Canadian Firearms Program. Criminal Code.
PART III - Firearms and other Weapons. Related Regulations. Regulations
Prescribing Antique Firearms (SOR/98-464) · Regulations Prescribing Certain
Firearms and other Weapons, Components and Parts of Weapons, ...

Cleaning up the Criminal Code, Clarifying and Strengthening ...

Jun 7, 2017 ... Legislation introduced by the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada
on June 6, 2017, demonstrates the Government's commitment to respecting the
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, modernizing the Criminal Code, and
ensuring justice for complainants in sexual assault matters.

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