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Summary Conviction Offences and Charge Section of Criminal Code

Summary Conviction Offences and Charge Section of Criminal Code:

Source: http://allontario.ca/2012/07/summary-conviction-offences/

  1. Advising reward/immunity Section 143
  2. Assisting a deserter Section 54 & 56
  3. Being found at or being a landlord or tenant of a common bawdy-house Section 210…
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