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What Types of Offences Should Apply to Criminal Code Rules on Organizational Crime?

The Supreme Court of Canada recently released its decision in Quebec (Attorney General) v. 9147-0732 Québec inc., 2020 SCC 32. Professor Darcy MacPherson preternaturally anticipated some novel issues in the case in a recent paper.


Read Professor D. MacPherson's compelling paper "To What Types of Offences Should the Criminal Code Rules on Organizational Crime Apply?:A Comment on 9147-0732 Québec Inc c Directeur DesPoursuites Criminelles et Pénales" .

MacPherson considers "whether or not the statutory rules with respect to the criminal liability of organizations provided for under sections 22.1 and 22.2 of the Criminal Code should automatically apply to quasi-criminal offences created under provincial statutes."


Ultimately, he notes:



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