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How do I access the previous version of a section from the Criminal Code?

For a date between 2003 and today, consult the Site Web de la législation (Justice): previous versions of laws since 2003 are accessible here free of charge.

  • For a date prior to 2003, consult the following resources, accessible free of charge in all of CAIJ’s co-working libraries.
  • Crankshaw’s Criminal Code of Canada is included in the WestlawNext – CriminalSource legal database.
  • Historical versions of the Criminal Code are included in the LexisNexis Quicklaw legal database.

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