137) It is important to note that the 1892 Canadian Criminal Code maintained an important underlying principle: the common law defenses were not superseded by the Code.
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CCC stands for Canadian Criminal Code
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- Canadian Climate Centre
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- Canadian Commercial Corporation
- Canadian Committee on Cataloguing
- Canadian Company Capabilities (database)
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- Canadian Council of Churches
- Canadian Counsellor Certification
- Canadian Cowboy Challenge (est. 2011)
- Canadian Cultural Centre (est. 2005)
- Canari Chant Club (French: Singing Canary Club)
- Canis Club Chartrain (French dog training club; Chartres, France)
- Cannabis Consumers Campaign
- Canola Council of Canada
- Canterbury Clothing Company
- Capacity Coordination Cell
- Cape Cod Canal (Massachusetts)
- Capital Community College (Hartford, Connecticut)
- Capitol Cement Corporation
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The Canadian Criminal Code classifies firearms as automatic, imitation, prohibited, restricted, or replica, and defines a handgun as "a firearm that is designed, altered or intended to be aimed and fired by the action of one hand.
Instead, the Canadian Criminal Code outlines some thirty different related offences.
Grant "Give 'em a smack for me" Pain, President, CBTCB and father of three I apologize to those offended by the preceding words, but my sense of humor is dark, as are my feelings about the January 29, 2004, Canadian Supreme Court judgment upholding section forty-three of the Canadian Criminal Code, which allows parents and teachers to physically discipline children with the use of "reasonable force.
The Canadian Criminal Code states that a human being does not come into existence until it has completely left the mother's body.
There is language in Section 43 of the Canadian Criminal Code recognizing that parents or teachers can use 'reasonable' physical punishment in disciplining children.
She said a Canada-wide arrest warrant had been issued for Prof van Velzen and he had been charged under the Canadian criminal code with "indignity to human remains" which carries a maximum five-year jail sentence.
Silverthorne's dilemma was made difficult because of Section 152 of the Canadian Criminal Code, which forbids immoral, indecent or obscene performances; therefore, it was possible that he could have been charged under the federal statutes if he passed a film that was judged to be obscene.