C-75 Hybrid Offences: Quick Reference Sheet

June 30, 2018

The following is a list of indictable offences in the Criminal Code of Canada, which Bill C-75 proposes to make eligible for summary conviction. Essentially, C-75 proposes to allow summary convictions as a possible prosecutorial option for crimes that were previously indictable offences. Indictable offences are some of the most serious crimes recognized in the Criminal Code of Canada. Consequently, if C-75 receives Royal Assent without amendment, crimes traditionally punishable by up to 10 years imprisonment could be reduced to a mere fine.

This is unacceptable. Conservatives are very concerned that C-75 opens the possibility to reduce penalties for some of the most serious crimes in Canada.

The purpose of this document is to be used as a tool for quick reference. The order of the offence titles below are as they are listed in C-75. If the reader requires further details on the crime being affected by C-75, please refer to the Bill Text of C-75, which can be found here: http://www.parl.ca/Content/Bills/421/Government/C-75/C-75_1/C-75_1.PDF

Alternatively, the reader may refer to the current text in the Criminal Code of Canada, which can be found here: http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/PDF/C-46.pdf

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Title of offence as found in Bill C-75:

    1. Sabotage
    2. Possession of forged, etc., passport
    3. Fraudulent use of certificate of citizenship
    4. Offences in relation to military forces
    5. Punishment of rioter
    6. Concealment of identity
    7. Neglect by peace officer
    8. Unlawful drilling
    9. Orders by Governor in Council
    10. Possession of explosive (note: change in title of offence)
    11. Providing or collecting property for certain activities
    12. Frauds on the government
    13. Breach of trust by public officer
    14. Municipal corruption
    15. Influencing municipal official
    16. Selling or purchasing office
    17. Influencing or negotiating appointments or dealing in offices
    18. Disobeying a statute
    19. Offences relating to affidavits
    20. Obstructing justice
    21. Compounding indictable offences
    22. Corruptly taking reward for recovery of goods
    23. Prison breach
    24. Permitting or assisting escape
    25. Rescue or permitting escape
    26. Assisting prisoner of war to escape
    27. Corrupting children
    28. Obstructing or violence to or arrest of officiating clergyman
    29. Common nuisance
    30. Dead body
    31. Interception
    32. Interception of radio-based telephone communications
    33. Possession, etc.
    34. Disclosure of information
    35. Disclosure of information received from interception of radio-based telephone communications
    36. Keeping a gaming or betting house
    37. Offence in relation to lotteries and games of chance
    38. Cheating at play
    39. Keeping a common bawdy-house
    40. Causing bodily harm by negligence
    41. Punishment for infanticide
    42. Neglect to obtain assistance in childbirth
    43. Concealing the body of a child
    44. Administering noxious thing
    45. Traps likely to cause bodily harm
    46. Bodily harm
    47. Offence-related place
    48. Dangerous operation causing bodily harm
    49. Unseaworthy vessel and unsafe aircraft
    50. Offence involving bodily harm
    51. Impaired driving causing bodily harm
    52. Blood alcohol over legal limit – bodily harm
    53. Failure or refusal to provide sample – bodily harm
    54. Impeding attempt to save life
    55. Material benefit – trafficking
    56. Withholding or destroying documents – trafficking
    57. Abduction of person under the age of 16
    58. Abduction of person under the age of 14
    59. Material benefit from sexual services
    60. Bigamy
    61. Procuring feigned marriage
    62. Polygamy
    63. Forced marriage
    64. Marriage under age of 16 years
    65. Pretending to solemnize marriage
    66. Marriage contrary to law
    67. Punishment of libel known to be false
    68. Punishment for defamatory libel
    69. Extortion by libel
    70. Punishment for theft
    71. Fraudulently taking cattle or defacing brand
    72. Punishment for theft of cattle
    73. Taking possession, etc., of drift timber
    74. Destroying documents of title
    75. Fraudulent concealment
    76. Disguise with intent
    77. Possession of instruments for breaking into coin-operated or currency exchange devices
    78. Selling, etc., automobile master key
    79. Possession of property obtained by crime
    80. Bringing into Canada property obtained by crime
    81. False pretence or false statement
    82. Obtaining execution of valuable security by fraud
    83. Damaging documents
    84. Offences in relation to registers
    85. Using mails to defraud
    86. Fraudulent manipulation of stock exchange transactions
    87. Prohibited insider trading
    88. Gaming in stocks or merchandise
    89. Broker reducing stock by selling for their own account
    90. Fraudulent concealment of title documents
    91. Fraudulent registration of a title
    92. Fraudulent sale of real property
    93. Misleading receipt
    94. Fraudulent disposal of goods on which money advanced
    95. Fraudulent receipts under the Bank Act
    96. Disposal of property to defraud creditors
    97. Fraud in relation to fares, etc.
    98. Fraud in relation to valuable minerals
    99. Possession of stolen or fraudulently obtained valuable minerals
    100. Offences in relation to mines
    101. Books and documents
    102. Privy
    103. False return by public officer
    104. False prospectus, etc.
    105. Acknowledging instrument in false name
    106. Applying or removing marks without authority
    107. Threat against internationally protected person
    108. Thread against United Nations or associated personnel
    109. Secret commissions
    110. Arson for fraudulent purpose
    111. Arson by negligence
    112. Possession of incendiary material
    113. Interfering with saving of wrecked vessel
    114. Interfering with marine signal, etc.
    115. Removing natural bar without permission
    116. Occupant injuring building
    117. Interfering with international boundary marks, etc.
    118. Having clippings, etc.
    119. Uttering coin
    120. Advertising and dealing in counterfeit money
    121. Conspiracy
    122. Participation in activities of a criminal organization
    123. Breach of long-term supervision