2 The appellant appeals against (here set out particulars of the conviction, order, dismissal or decision being appealed) made by the Honourable Mr. Justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench (or His Honour Judge of the Provincial Court or as may be) on 19
8 (If applicable) The appellant is a young person as defined in the Young Offenders Act (Canada) (if applicable), has applied for legal aid at (location of legal aid office) and has been refused a legal aid certificate (or as may be).
This Rule with respect to Criminal Appeals to the Court of Appeal shall come into force on the day fixed by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council for the coming into force of the Rules of Court made under section 73.2 of the Judicature Act, R.S.N.B. 1973, chapter J-2, as amended, and thereupon the Criminal Appeal Rules 1964 made the 21st day of April, 1964 shall be repealed, without prejudice to any proceeding under the said Criminal Appeal Rules 1964 commenced prior to the coming into force of this Rule which may be continued and concluded under such Rules.
(2) A Respondent’s Submission shall consist of 4 Parts and 2 Schedules as follows:
(6) An appellant who is not an accused or defendant shall, within 15 days after the Notice of Appeal is issued or such extended time as the Court of Appeal or a Judge allows, serve the Notice of Appeal on the respondent or such other person as a Judge directs, in the manner prescribed by Rule 18 for the service of originating process or in such manner as a Judge directs.
(2) An Appellant’s Submission shall state who is appealing, the court appealed from and the result in the court appealed from, and shall consist of 4 Parts and 2 Schedules as follows:
(2) In this rule, unless the context requires otherwise
penal institution includes a penitentiary as defined in the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (Canada) and a correctional institution as defined in the Corrections Act; (institution pénale)