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Criminal Code

Version of the schedule from 2003-01-01 to 2006-01-01:


SCHEDULE TO PART XX.1(Subsection 672.64(1))Designated Offences

Criminal Code

  • 1 
    Section 49 — acts intended to alarm Her Majesty or break public peace
  • 2 
    Section 50 — assisting alien enemy to leave Canada, or omitting to prevent treason
  • 3 
    Section 51 — intimidating Parliament or legislature
  • 4 
    Section 52 — sabotage
  • 5 
    Section 53 — inciting to mutiny
  • 6 
    Section 75 — piratical acts
  • 7 
    Section 76 — hijacking
  • 8 
    Section 77 — endangering safety of aircraft
  • 9 Section 78 — offensive weapons and explosive substances

  • 10 
    Section 80 — breach of duty (explosive substances)
  • 11 
    Section 81 — using explosives
  • 12 
    Section 82 — possession of explosives without lawful excuse
  • 13 
    Subsection 85(1) — using firearm in commission of offence
  • Subsection 85(2) — using imitation firearm in commission of offence
  • 14 
    Subsection 86(1) — careless use of firearm, etc.
  • 15 
    Subsection 87(1) — pointing a firearm
  • 16 
    Subsection 88(1) — possession of weapon for dangerous purpose
  • 17 
    Section 151 — sexual interference
  • 18 
    Section 152 — invitation to sexual touching
  • 19 
    Section 153 — sexual exploitation
  • 20 
    Section 155 — incest
  • 21 
    Section 159 — anal intercourse
  • 22 
    Subsection 160(2) — compelling commission of bestiality
  • 23 
    Subsection 160(3) — bestiality in presence of child or inciting child to commit bestiality
  • 24 
    Section 220 — causing death by criminal negligence
  • 25 
    Section 221 — causing bodily harm by criminal negligence
  • 26 
    Section 223 — causing injury to child before or during birth
  • 27 
    Section 236 — manslaughter
  • 28 
    Section 238 — killing unborn child in act of birth
  • 29 
    Section 239 — attempt to commit murder
  • 30 
    Section 241 — counselling or aiding suicide
  • 31 
    Section 244 — causing bodily harm with intent
  • 32 
    Paragraph 245(a) — administering noxious thing with intent to endanger life or cause bodily harm
  • 33 
    Section 246 — overcoming resistance to commission of offence
  • 34 
    Section 247 — setting traps likely to cause death or bodily harm
  • 35 
    Section 248 — interfering with transportation facilities
  • 36 
    Subsection 249(3) — dangerous operation of motor vehicles, vessels and aircraft causing bodily harm
  • 37 
    Subsection 249(4) — dangerous operation of motor vehicles, vessels and aircraft causing death
  • 38 
    Subsection 255(2) — impaired driving causing bodily harm
  • 39 
    Subsection 255(3) — impaired driving causing death
  • 40 
    Section 262 — impeding attempt to save life
  • 41 
    Paragraph 265(1)(a) — assault
  • 42 
    Section 267 — assault with a weapon or causing bodily harm
  • 43 
    Section 268 — aggravated assault
  • 44 
    Section 269 — unlawfully causing bodily harm
  • 45 
    Subsection 269.1(1) — torture
  • 46 
    Paragraph 271(1)(a) — sexual assault
  • 47 
    Section 272 — sexual assault with a weapon, threats to a third party or causing bodily harm
  • 48 
    Section 273 — aggravated sexual assault
  • 49 
    Subsection 279(1) — kidnapping
  • 50 
    Subsection 279(2) — forcible confinement
  • 51 
    Section 279.1 — hostage taking
  • 52 
    Section 280 — abduction of person under sixteen
  • 53 
    Section 281 — abduction of person under fourteen
  • 54 
    Paragraph 282(a) — abduction in contravention of custody order
  • 55 
    Paragraph 283(1)(a) — abduction where no custody order
  • 56 
    Section 344 — robbery
  • 57 
    Section 345 — stopping mail with intent
  • 58 
    Section 346 — extortion
  • 59 
    Section 348 — breaking and entering with intent, committing offence or breaking out
  • 60 
    Subsection 349(1) — being unlawfully in dwelling?house
  • 61 
    Subsection 430(2) — mischief that causes actual danger to life
  • 62 
    Section 431 — attack on premises, etc., of internationally protected person
  • 63 
    Section 433 — arson (disregard for human life)
  • 64 
    Section 434 — arson (damage to property)
  • 65 
    Section 434.1 — arson (own property)
  • 66 
    Section 435 — arson for fraudulent purpose

Atomic Energy Control Act

  • 67 
    Section 20 — offence and punishment

Emergencies Act

  • 68 
    Subparagraph 8(1)(j)(ii) — contravention of public welfare emergency regulation
  • 69 
    Subparagraph 19(1)(e)(ii) — contravention of public order emergency regulation
  • 70 
    Subparagraph 30(1)(l)(ii) — contravention of international emergency regulation
  • 71 
    Paragraph 40(3)(b) — contravention of war emergency regulation

Canadian Environmental Protection Act

  • 72 
    Section 274 — damage to environment and death or harm to persons

Controlled Drugs and Substances Act

  • 73 
    Subsections 4(3) and (4) — possession
  • 74 
    Subsections 5(3) and (4) — trafficking
  • 75 
    Subsection 6(3) — importing and exporting
  • 76 
    Subsection 7(2) — production
  • 77 
    [Repealed, 1996, c. 19, s. 73]

National Defence Act

  • 78 
    Section 78 — offence of being spy
  • 79 
    Section 79 — mutiny with violence
  • 80 
    Section 80 — mutiny without violence
  • 81 
    Section 81 — offences related to mutiny
  • 82 
    Section 82 — advocating governmental change by force
  • 83 
    Section 83 — disobedience of lawful command
  • 84 
    Section 84 — striking or offering violence to a superior officer
  • 85 
    Section 88 — desertion
  • 86 
    Paragraph 98(c) — maiming or injuring self or another person
  • 87 
    Section 105 — offences in relation to convoys
  • 88 
    Section 106 — disobedience of captain's orders — ships
  • 89 
    Section 110 — disobedience of captain's orders — aircraft
  • 90 
    Section 128 — conspiracy

Security of Information Act

  • 91 
    Subsection 4(1) — wrongful communication, etc., of information
  • 92 
    Subsection 4(2) — communication of sketch, plan, model, etc.
  • 93 
    Subsection 4(3) — receiving code word, sketch, etc.
  • 94 
    Subsection 4(4) — retaining or allowing possession of document, etc.
  • 95 
    Subsection 5(1) unauthorized use of uniforms, falsification of reports, forgery, personation and false documents
  • 96 
    Subsection 5(2) — unlawful dealing with dies, seals, etc.
  • 97 
    Section 6 — approaching, entering, etc., a prohibited place
  • 98 
    Section 7 — interference
  • 99 
    Subsection 13(1) — purported communication
  • 100 
    Subsection 14(1) — unauthorized communication of special operational information
  • 101 
    Subsection 16(1) — communicating safeguarded information
  • 102 
    Subsection 16(2) — communicating safeguarded information
  • 103 
    Subsection 17(1) — communicating special operational information
  • 104 
    Subsection 18(1) — breach of trust in respect of safeguarded information
  • 105 
    Subsection 19(1) — use of trade secret for the benefit of foreign economic entity
  • 106 
    Subsection 20(1) — threats or violence
  • 107 
    Subsection 21(1) — harbouring or concealing
  • 108 
    Subsection 22(1) — preparatory acts
  • 109 
    Section 23 — conspiracy, attempt, etc.
  • 1991, c. 43, s. 4
  • 1995, c. 39, s. 154
  • 1996, c. 19, s. 73
  • 1999, c. 33, s. 346
  • 2001, c. 41, s. 32.
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