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TABLE OF PROVISIONS
AN ACT TO ENACT THE CANADIAN VICTIMS BILL OF RIGHTS AND TO AMEND CERTAIN ACTS
SHORT TITLE
1.       Victims Bill of Rights Act
CANADIAN VICTIMS BILL OF RIGHTS
2.       Enactment of Act
AN ACT FOR THE RECOGNITION OF VICTIMS RIGHTS
SHORT TITLE
1.       Canadian Victims Bill of Rights
INTERPRETATION
2.       Definitions
3.       Acting on victim’s behalf
4.       Exception
5.       Criminal justice system
RIGHTS
Information
6.       General information
7.       Investigation and proceedings
8.       Information about offender or accused
Protection
9.       Security
10.       Protection from intimidation and retaliation
11.       Privacy
12.       Identity protection
13.       Testimonial aids
Participation
14.       Views to be considered
15.       Victim impact statement
Restitution
16.       Restitution order
17.       Enforcement
GENERAL PROVISIONS
18.       Application
19.       Exercise of rights
20.       Interpretation of this Act
21.       Interpretation of other Acts, regulations, etc.
22.       Primacy in the event of inconsistency
23.       No adverse inference
24.       Entering or remaining in Canada
REMEDIES
25.       Complaint — federal entity
26.       Complaint — provincial or territorial entity
27.       Status
28.       No cause of action
29.       No appeal
AMENDMENTS TO ACTS
3–36.       Amendments to the Criminal Code
37–44.       Transitional Provisions
45–51.       Amendments to the Corrections and Conditional Release Act
52–53.       Amendments to the Canada Evidence Act
54.       Amendment to the Employment Insurance Act
COORDINATING AMENDMENTS
55–59.       
COMING INTO FORCE
60.       Ninety days after Royal Assent