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R.S., c. C-47
CRIMINAL RECORDS ACT
2004, c. 10, s. 23
50. Paragraph 5(b) of the Criminal Records Act is replaced by the following:
(b) unless the pardon is subsequently revoked or ceases to have effect, requires the judicial record of the conviction to be kept separate and apart from other criminal records and removes any disqualification or obligation to which the person so convicted is, by reason of the conviction, subject by virtue of the provisions of any Act of Parliament, other than section 109, 110, 161, 259, 490.012 or 490.019 of the Criminal Code or subsection 147.1(1) or section 227.01 or 227.06 of the National Defence Act, or of a regulation made under an Act of Parliament.
2004, c. 10
51. If section 32 of this Act comes into force on or before December 15, 2006, then, on the day on which that section 32 comes into force
(a) section 21.1 of the Sex Offender Information Registration Act and the heading before it are repealed; and
(b) the Sex Offender Information Registration Act is amended by adding the following after section 19:
REVIEW AND REPORT TO PARLIAMENT
19.1 (1) Two years after this Act comes into force, a committee of the Senate, of the House of Commons or of both Houses of Parliament that is designated or established for the purpose shall undertake a comprehensive review of sections 1 to 19 of this Act, sections 490.011 to 490.032 of the Criminal Code, sections 119.1 and 227 to 227.21, paragraphs 230(g) and 230.1(h), section 230.2, subsection 232(3) and section 240.5 of the National Defence Act, and of the operation of those provisions.
(2) The committee shall submit a report on the review to Parliament, including a statement of any changes that it recommends, within six months after it undertakes the review or within any further time authorized by the Senate, the House of Commons or both Houses of Parliament, as the case may be.
2005, c. 25
52. (1) If section 3 of this Act comes into force before section 30 of An Act to amend the Criminal Code, the DNA Identification Act and the National Defence Act, chapter 25 of the Statutes of Canada, 2005 (the “other Act”), then, on the day on which that section 30 comes into force, subsection 202.14(1) of the French version of the National Defence Act, as enacted by that section 30, is replaced by the following:
Verdict de non-responsabilité pour cause de troubles mentaux
202.14 (1) La cour martiale qui conclut que l’accusé a commis l’acte ou l’omission qui a donné lieu à l’accusation et que l’accusé était atteint, au moment de la perpétration de l’acte ou de l’omission, de troubles mentaux de nature à ne pas engager sa responsabilité doit rendre un verdict portant que l’accusé a commis l’acte ou l’omission mais n’est pas responsable pour cause de troubles mentaux.
(2) If section 3 of this Act comes into force on the same day as section 30 of the other Act, then section 30 of the other Act is deemed to have come into force before section 3 of this Act.
COMING INTO FORCE
Order in council
53. This Act, other than sections 51 and 52, comes into force on a day to be fixed by order of the Governor in Council.
Published under authority of the Senate of Canada