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Title: Three Forgotten Reasons to Mind Your Manners in Canada
Authors: Bowal, Peter
Horvat, Kelsey
Issue Date: Nov-2011
Publisher: Legal Resource Centre of Alberta Ltd. (LRC)
Citation: Bowal, P. & Horvat, K. (2011). Three Forgotten Reasons to Mind Your Manners in Canada. Lawnow, 36(2), 13-18.
Abstract: The article discusses the three rarely prosecuted offences in the Criminal Code of Canada. As stated, these offences were enacted in the late 1800s and these are blasphemous libel, defamatory libel and corrupting children. It informs that blasphemy has been a crime in Quebec and was a mechanism for social control, defamatory libel has been a crime in 1275 and was enacted to prevent false rumors, and corrupting children was enacted in 1918 to prevent children's adultery or sexual immortality.
Description: Article deposited after permission was granted by LRC, June 11, 2013.
ISSN: 0841-2626
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