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In 1976, the Law Reform Commission of Canada published "Our Criminal Law," and in 1982 the Government of Canada itself published, "The Criminal Law in Canadian Society".
The Law Reform Commission of Canada has likewise said that criminal law should be confined to wrongful acts seriously threatening and infringing fundamental social values.
The Law Reform Commission of Canada stated in 1993: "it seems likely that either liberty or security of the person, or both, will be found in a future case to include the right to procreate.
On Mount Sinai, on Horeb, God did not strike a parliamentary committee, or invite the Law Reform Commission of Canada to make recommendations.