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What is Bill c13?

Bill C-13: An Act to amend the Criminal Code (single event sport betting)

What are the Offences under Bill C-13?

Bill C-13 deals with: the offence of non-consensual distribution of intimate images; offences committed by means of telecommunication; and. one aspect of the area of law generally referred to as “lawful access.”

Has Bill C-13 been passed?

1, 2014 Passed That Bill C-13, An Act to amend the Criminal Code, the Canada Evidence Act, the Competition Act and the Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Act, as amended, be concurred in at report stage.

Has Bill C-45 been passed?

Bill C-45, the Cannabis Act, is now law. The bill is a piece of government legislation that legalized access to recreational cannabis in Canada when it came into force on October 17, 2018. The bill received Royal Assent on June 21, 2018 during a ceremony in the Senate Chamber.

Who introduced Bill C 13?

Back then, the current member for Winnipeg North spoke on behalf of the Liberal Party. Bill C-290 then died in the Senate. During the 42nd Parliament, the NDP member for Windsor West introduced the bill. Unfortunately, it was defeated at second reading by Liberal and Conservative votes.

What does Bill C-21 do?

Bill C-21 proposes a number of amendments to the Criminal Code , the Firearms Act , and other federal legislation that seek to fulfill the Government of Canada’s commitments in relation to gun control and to protect Canadians from firearms-related harm.

Who suggested Bill C-21?

The bill before us is paramount to the creation of strong and safe communities for everyone, and we have seen support for these measures. Jan Reimer, a former Edmonton mayor and now executive director of the Alberta Council of Women’s Shelters, said that the legislation proposed is: …a step in the right direction….

What did Bill C 31 do?

Bill C-31 changed the Indian Act to grant bands the right to develop their own membership rules. Bands now determined who could participate in band politics and who could access band resources and property. However, bands did not control who gained or lost status; the federal government retained this power.