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Criminal Code Treasure Hunt!

Start with the Table of Contents.

1. How many Parts are there?

2. Name three categories under “Offences Against Public Order” /3

3. Name the category in Part IV that starts with an “E” /1

4. In Part V, go to the offence section 172 “Corrupting children.” /2

a. What is the maximum punishment for Corrupting children?

b. What is the definition of “child”?

5. Find and read the section 162.1 (1) of the Code for “Publication, etc., of an
intimate image without consent”. Indicate the punishment for this offence. /1

b) What would the punishment be in the person involved was/is under the age
of 18 (section 163.1 (2)(3)(4))? /3

6. There are three kinds of “Assault” in S.265, 267, and 268 of the Criminal Code.
What is the difference in the three types and their penalties? /3

7. Look up “Witchcraft.” Does the person actually have to have performed witchcraft
to be guilty of this crime? Is this a summary or indictable offence? /1

8. Read the offence “Operation while impaired” section 253. Does the vehicle have
to be moving for the charge to apply? What is the punishment. /1

a. What is the minimum punishment for the first offence?

b. What is the minimum punishment for the second offence?

c. What is the minimum punishment for each subsequent offence?

9. Find an offence in the Criminal Code that has a punishment of ‘imprisonment for
life.’ Name the offence and CC section number. /1

10. Look up four more offences in the Criminal Code that are interesting to you. List
them below with the section number, name of offence, whether summary or
indictable, and maximum penalty and present them to the class. /12





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