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Canada Business Corporations Act (R.S.C., 1985, c. C-44)

Act current to 2019-11-19 and last amended on 2019-06-21. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE(Subsections 21.31(2), (3) and (6))Offences

  • 1 An offence under any of the following provisions of the Criminal Code:

    • (a) subsection 57(1) (forgery of or uttering forged passport);

    • (b) subsection 74(1) (piracy by law of nations);

    • (c) section 75 (piratical acts);

    • (d) section 83.02 (providing or collecting property for certain activities);

    • (e) section 83.03 (providing, making available, etc., property or services for terrorist purposes);

    • (f) section 83.04 (using or possessing property for terrorist purposes);

    • (g) section 83.12 (freezing of property, disclosure or audit);

    • (h) subsection 83.18(1) (participation in activity of terrorist group);

    • (i) section 83.181 (leaving Canada to participate in activity of terrorist group);

    • (j) subsection 83.19(1) (facilitating terrorist activity);

    • (k) section 83.191 (leaving Canada to facilitate terrorist activity);

    • (l) section 83.2 (commission of offence for terrorist group);

    • (m) section 83.201 (leaving Canada to commit offence for terrorist group);

    • (n) section 83.202 (leaving Canada to commit offence that is terrorist activity);

    • (o) subsection 83.21(1) (instructing to carry out activity for terrorist group);

    • (p) subsection 83.22(1) (instructing to carry out terrorist activity);

    • (q) subsection 83.221(1) (advocating or promoting commission of terrorism offences);

    • (r) subsections 83.23(1) and (2) (concealing person who carried out terrorist activity and concealing person who is likely to carry out terrorist activity);

    • (s) subsections 83.231(1), (3) and (4) (hoax — terrorist activity, causing bodily harm and causing death);

    • (t) subsection 99(1) (weapons trafficking);

    • (u) subsection 100(1) (possession for purpose of weapons trafficking);

    • (v) subsection 101(1) (transfer without authority);

    • (w) subsection 103(1) (importing or exporting knowing it is unauthorized);

    • (x) subsection 104(1) (unauthorized importing or exporting);

    • (y) subsection 119(1) (bribery of judicial officers, etc.);

    • (z) section 120 (bribery of officers);

    • (z.001) subsections 121(1) and (2) (frauds on the government and contractor subscribing to election fund);

    • (z.002) subsection 121.1(1) (selling, etc., of tobacco products and raw leaf tobacco);

    • (z.003) section 122 (breach of trust by public officer);

    • (z.004) subsection 123(1) (municipal corruption);

    • (z.005) section 124 (selling or purchasing office);

    • (z.006) section 125 (influencing or negotiating appointments or dealing in offices);

    • (z.007) subsection 235(1) (murder);

    • (z.008) section 236 (manslaughter);

    • (z.009) subsection 239(1) (attempt to commit murder);

    • (z.01) section 240 (accessory after fact to murder);

    • (z.011) subsection 264.1(1) (uttering threats);

    • (z.012) section 266 (assault);

    • (z.013) section 267 (assault with a weapon or causing bodily harm);

    • (z.014) subsection 268(1) (aggravated assault);

    • (z.015) section 269 (unlawfully causing bodily harm);

    • (z.016) subsection 269.1(1) (torture);

    • (z.017) subsection 270(1) (assaulting a peace officer);

    • (z.018) subsection 270.01(1) (assaulting peace officer with weapon or causing bodily harm);

    • (z.019) section 270.02 (aggravated assault of peace officer);

    • (z.02) subsection 270.1(1) (disarming a peace officer);

    • (z.021) section 271 (sexual assault);

    • (z.022) subsection 272(1) (sexual assault with a weapon, threats to a third party or causing bodily harm);

    • (z.023) subsection 273(1) (aggravated sexual assault);

    • (z.024) subsection 279(1) (kidnapping);

    • (z.025) subsection 279.01(1) (trafficking in persons);

    • (z.026) subsection 279.011(1) (trafficking of a person under 18 years);

    • (z.027) subsections 279.02(1) and (2) (material benefit — trafficking of a person);

    • (z.028) subsections 279.03 (1) and (2) (withholding or destroying documents — trafficking of a person);

    • (z.029) subsections 279.1(1) and (2) (hostage taking);

    • (z.03) subsection 280(1) (abduction of person under 16 years);

    • (z.031) section 281 (abduction of person under 14 years);

    • (z.032) subsections 286.2(1) and (2) (material benefit from sexual services);

    • (z.033) subsections 286.3(1) and (2) (procuring);

    • (z.034) subsection 322(1) (theft);

    • (z.035) section 324 (theft by bailee of things under seizure);

    • (z.036) subsection 326(1) (theft of telecommunication service);

    • (z.037) subsection 327(1) (possession of device to obtain use of telecommunication facility or telecommunication service);

    • (z.038) subsection 330(1) (theft by person required to account);

    • (z.039) section 331 (theft by person holding power of attorney);

    • (z.04) subsection 332(1) (misappropriation of money held under direction);

    • (z.041) subsection 333.1(1) (motor vehicle theft);

    • (z.042) subsection 335(1) (taking motor vehicle or vessel or found therein without consent);

    • (z.043) section 336 (criminal breach of trust);

    • (z.044) subsections 338(1) and (2) (fraudulently taking cattle or defacing brand and theft of cattle);

    • (z.045) subsection 339(1) (taking possession, etc., of drift timber);

    • (z.046) section 340 (destroying documents of title);

    • (z.047) section 341 (fraudulent concealment);

    • (z.048) subsections 342(1) and (3) (theft, forgery, etc., of credit card and unauthorized use of credit card data);

    • (z.049) subsection 342.1(1) (unauthorized use of computer);

    • (z.05) section 343 (robbery);

    • (z.051) subsections 346(1) and (1.1) (extortion);

    • (z.052) subsection 354(1) (possession of property obtained by crime);

    • (z.053) section 355.2 (trafficking in property obtained by crime);

    • (z.054) section 355.4 (possession of property obtained by crime — trafficking);

    • (z.055) section 369 (exchequer bill paper, public seals, etc.);

    • (z.056) subsections 372(1), (2) and (3) (false information, indecent communications and harassing communications);

    • (z.057) section 374 (drawing document without authority, etc.);

    • (z.058) section 375 (obtaining, etc., by instrument based on forged document);

    • (z.059) subsections 376(1) and (2) (counterfeiting stamp, etc. and counterfeiting mark);

    • (z.06) subsection 377(1) (damaging documents);

    • (z.061) section 378 (offences in relation to registers);

    • (z.062) subsections 380(1) and (2) (fraud and affecting public market);

    • (z.063) section 381 (using mails to defraud);

    • (z.064) section 382 (fraudulent manipulation of stock exchange transactions);

    • (z.065) subsections 382.1(1) and (2) (prohibited insider trading and tipping);

    • (z.066) subsection 385(1) (fraudulent concealment of title documents);

    • (z.067) section 386 (fraudulent registration of title);

    • (z.068) section 387 (fraudulent sale of real property);

    • (z.069) section 388 (misleading receipt);

    • (z.07) subsection 389(1) (fraudulent disposal of goods on which money advanced);

    • (z.071) section 390 (fraudulent receipts under Bank Act);

    • (z.072) section 392 (disposal of property to defraud creditors);

    • (z.073) subsections 393(1), (2), and (3) (fraud in relation to fares, etc. and fraudulently obtaining transportation);

    • (z.074) subsection 394(5) (fraud in relation to valuable mineral, sale of valuable minerals and purchase of valuable minerals);

    • (z.075) subsection 396(1) (offences in relation to mines);

    • (z.076) section 406 (forging trade-mark);

    • (z.077) section 407 (forging trade-mark with intent to deceive or defraud);

    • (z.078) section 408 (passing off);

    • (z.079) subsection 409(1) (instruments for forging trade-mark);

    • (z.08) section 410 (other offences in relation to trade-marks);

    • (z.081) section 411 (used goods sold without disclosure);

    • (z.082) subsections 426(1) and (2) (secret commissions);

    • (z.083) section 449 (make counterfeit money);

    • (z.084) section 450 (possession, etc., of counterfeit money);

    • (z.085) section 451 (having clippings, etc.);

    • (z.086) section 452 (uttering, etc., counterfeit money);

    • (z.087) section 453 (uttering coin);

    • (z.088) section 454 (slugs and tokens);

    • (z.089) section 455 (clipping and uttering clipped coin);

    • (z.09) section 456 (defacing current coins);

    • (z.091) subsection 457(3) (likeness of bank-notes);

    • (z.092) section 458 (making, having or dealing in instruments for counterfeiting);

    • (z.093) section 459 (conveying instruments for coining out of mint);

    • (z.094) subsection 460(1) (advertising and dealing in counterfeit money, etc.);

    • (z.095) subsection 462.31(1) (laundering proceeds of crime);

    • (z.096) subsection 467.11(1) (participation in activities of criminal organization);

    • (z.097) section 467.111 (recruitment of members by a criminal organization);

    • (z.098) subsection 467.12(1) (commission of offence for criminal organization);

    • (z.099) subsection 467.13(1) (instructing commission of offence for criminal organization).

  • 2 An offence under section 42 of the Copyright Act.

  • 3 An offence under any of the following provisions of the Customs Act:

    • (a) subsection 160(1), in respect of the contravention of any of sections 153, 155, 156, 159 and 159.1;

    • (b) section 160.1, in respect of the contravention of section 153.1;

    • (c) section 161, in respect of the contravention of section 154 or 157.

  • 4 An offence under any of the following provisions of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act:

    • (a) subsections 5(1) and (2) (trafficking in substance and possession for purpose of trafficking);

    • (b) subsections 6(1) and (2) (importing and exporting and possession for the purpose of exporting);

    • (c) subsection 7(2) (production of substance).

  • 5 An offence under any of the following provisions of the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act:

    • (a) subsection 3(1) (bribing a foreign public official);

    • (b) subsection 4(1) (accounting);

    • (c) subsection 5(1) (offence committed outside Canada).

  • 6 An offence under any of the following provisions of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999:

    • (a) subsection 272(1); (contravention by persons of certain provisions);

    • (b) subsection 272.1(1); (contravention by persons of certain provisions);

    • (c) subsection 272.2 (1) (failure to comply with designated regulations);

    • (d) subsections 272.4(1), (2) and (3); (contravention by ships of certain provisions);

    • (e) subsections 272.5(1), (2) and (3); (contravention by ships of certain provisions);

    • (f) subsections 274(1) and (2) (damage to environment and risk of death or harm to persons and criminal negligence).

  • 7 An offence under any of the following provisions of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act:

    • (a) subsections 117(2) and (3) (organizing entry into Canada);

    • (b) subsection 118(1) (trafficking in persons);

    • (c) section 119 (disembarking persons at sea).

  • 8 An offence under any of the following provisions of the Cannabis Act:

    • (a) subsections 9(1) and (2) (distribution and possession for purpose of distributing);

    • (b) subsections 10(1) and (2) (selling and possession for purpose of selling);

    • (c) subsections 11(1) and (2) (importing and exporting and possession for purpose of exporting);

    • (d) subsections 12(1), (4), (5), (6) and (7) (production, cultivation, propagation and harvesting);

    • (e) subsection 13(1) (possession, etc., for use in production or distribution of illicit cannabis);

    • (f) subsection 14(1) (use of young person).

  • 9 An offence under any Act of Parliament or law of the legislature of a province that provides for the imposition of a tax or duty for which the maximum term of imprisonment is five years or more.

  • 2019, c 29, s. 101
 
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