Every one commits an offence who makes use of the mails for the purpose of transmitting or delivering anything that is obscene, indecent, immoral or scurrilous, but this section does not apply to a person who makes use of the mails for ...
Author: Robert Martin
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
This edition examines the Canadian Constitution and its effect on the principle of freedom of expression. The balance of the book directs attention to the laws that have been enacted that limit such freedom.
Obscenity – Charge of making use of mails for transmission of immoral , indecent or scurrilous matter Newspaper serving homosexual community containing article on homosexual pedophiles Article describing in detail lives of pedophiles ...
Obscenity - Use of mails — Charge of making use of mails for transmission of obscene , immoral , indecent or scurrilous matter — Accused mailing private letter Letter containing vulgar and indelicate language Whether words " obscene ...
163 ( 2 ) ( b ) ) ( 2 ) presenting or performing in an immoral or indecent theatrical performance ( sec . 167 ) ( 3 ) using the mails to transmit indecent , immoral , or scurrilous material ( sec . 168 ) ( 4 ) performing an indecent act ...
Author: L. W. Sumner
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
In a series of landmark decisions since 1990, Canadian courts have shaped a distinctive approach to the regulation of obscenity, hate literature, and child pornography. Missing from the debate, however, has been any attempt to determine whether the legal status quo can be justified by reference to a framework of moral/political principles. The Hateful and the Obscene is intended to fill that gap. The Hateful and the Obscene is an interpretation of freedom of expression that combines serious philosophical thought with a focus on Canadian law, thus offering the breadth capable of dealing with both obscenity and hate literature
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Post Office and Post RoadsPublish On: 1915
In order that the Postmaster General may exclude anything from the mails he must be convinced that a person is engaged in the business of publishing immoral , indecent , scurrilous , or slanderous literature ? Mr. FITZGERALD .
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Post Office and Post Roads
The words “ indecent , immoral , and scurrilous " do not seem to mean anything different than the word " obscene " and are defined by the community standards test ( R. v . Popert ( 1981 ] , 58 C.C.C. ( 2d ) 505 [ Ont . C.A. ] ) .
Author: Jacqueline Ismael
Publisher: James Lorimer & Company
Category: Social Science
The selections in this volume are drawn from the proceedings of the Second Conference on Provincial Social Welfare Policy held at The University of Calgary, May 1-3, 1985. The conference sought to further national cross-disciplinary research on provincial social welfare policies and programs from a comparative provincial perspective. It was organized around four major themes: The Canadian Welfare State: Evolution and Transition; Income Security and Job Creation; Issues of Structure and Process; and, Selected Social Issues and Programs. Perspectives on Social Services and Social Issues offers detailed studies of a range of contemporary issues.
Author: Lyndon Maither, B.Comm, Non-Active CFEPublish On:
(1) Every one commits an offence who makes use of the mails for the purpose of transmitting or delivering anything that is obscene, indecent, immoral or scurrilous. • Exceptions (2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a person who • (a) ...
Author: Lyndon Maither, B.Comm, Non-Active CFE
Publisher: Lyndon Maither
Category: Business & Economics
The CC, Canada Evidence Act, Extradition Act, and relevant provisions of the Charter with embedded principle case. Meant to be d/loaded as a mini-dbase with embedded case.
Author: The Minister of Justice Publish On: 2022-01-08
9] Immoral theatrical performance 167 (1) Every one commits an offence who, being the lessee, ... who makes use of the mails for the purpose of transmitting or delivering anything that is obscene, indecent, immoral or scurrilous.
39 had appeared on newsstands,4 and charged under Section 164 of the Criminal Code—use of the mail to distribute immoral, indecent and scurrilous materials.5 In early January 1978, a formal meeting of the Lesbian Organization of Toronto ...
Author: Maureen FitzGerald
Publisher: Canadian Scholars’ Press
Category: Gay rights
In this remarkable and comprehensive anthology, many of Canada's leading sexuality studies scholars examine the fundamental role that sexuality has played -- and continues to play -- in the building of our nation, and in our national narratives, myths, and anxieties about Canadian identity. Covering both historical and contemporary perspectives on law and criminal justice, organizing and resistance, health and medicine, labour, education, marriage and family, sport, popular and youth culture, and visual media, these essays also integrate marginalities such as race, class, and gender. This massive interdisciplinary collection is essential for the Canadian sexuality studies classroom, and for anyone interested in the mythologies and realities of queer life in Canada. Features: explores the role of the state in regulating sexuality and constructing citizenship as well activist strategies of resistance offers a unique Canadian perspective on queer history and politics, discussing topics such as RCMP surveillance, abuse in residential schools, and the "problem" of Canadian identity adopts an interdisciplinary approach, with contributors from the fields of gender and sexuality studies, sociology, history, criminology, political science, cultural studies, health studies, and education, as well as chapters by professionals, artists, and activists