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Municipal
This set presents the list of food establishments located within the conglomeration of Montréal and under the responsibility of the Food Inspection Division of the City of Montreal that have been convicted for an offence under the Food Products Act (R.S.Q., c. P-29) and its regulations. The location of offenders over the last 24 months on a map is available on the [MAPAQ portal] (http://www.mapaq.gouv.qc.ca/fr/md/servicesenligne/Pages/Geolocalisation.aspx).
Last Updated: Jan. 18, 2023
Date Published: Jun. 11, 2020
Organization: Government and Municipalities of Québec
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Keywords:  Food, Foods, Fine, Inspection
Municipal
This dataset presents the list of offenders convicted of contraventions of the Housing Health, Maintenance and Security Regulation (MIR 03-096), as a result of statements of offence issued by the Sanitation Division of the Housing Department. Note that convictions issued by boroughs under the same by-law are not part of this group. The Housing Department's [health inspections] (/city-of-montreal/health inspections) are also available in open data. For all other details on housing health, please consult the ['Housing Health'] section (https://ville.montreal.qc.ca/portal/page?_pageid=9337,112625613&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL) on the Ville de Montréal website.
Last Updated: Jun. 22, 2022
Date Published: Jan. 8, 2020
Organization: Government and Municipalities of Québec
Formats: CSV HTML
Keywords:  Fine, condemnation, dwelling, Sanitation
Provincial
Biopesticides are grouped into three main categories: • microbial agents, that is, microorganisms (bacteria, algae, fungi, protozoa, viruses, mycoplasma or rickettsia and similar organisms) and all toxins and metabolites produced by them; • ecomones, that is, chemical substances that carry a information produced by a plant or animal, or synthetic analogues of these substances, that elicit a behavioral response in individuals of the same or other species; • unconventional products. The application of biopesticides is authorized inside or outside daycares and primary or secondary schools (Pesticide Management Code, arts. 32 and 33). This list, made available to comply with this requirement, indicates the type of product, its registration number under the Pest Control Products Act, its trade name, the active ingredient (s) it contains, and the class to which it belongs under the Permits and Certificates for Sale Regulations and the use of pesticides.
Last Updated: Nov. 3, 2022
Date Published: Apr. 22, 2021
Organization: Government and Municipalities of Québec
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Keywords:  Biocide, Fungicide, Hack QC22, Herbicide, insecticide, Insect repellent, Molluscicide, Topical medication, Nematicide
Federal

The majority of Canadians believe that judges should have at least some degree of discretion and flexibility when deciding a sentence. What we also found:

The overwhelming majority of Canadians (95%) felt that the best approach for determining fair and appropriate sentences for offenders involves giving judges at least some degree of discretion. Seven in ten (71%) Canadians thought the best way was to give judges some sort of guideline or range of sentences to choose from, with the option of going outside those ranges if they deem it necessary. About one-quarter (24%) of Canadians believed that the best way to determine a fair and appropriate sentence was to give judges full discretion (deciding on the sentence after looking at how the offence happened, why the offender did it and what sentences were given in other similar cases).

Last Updated: Nov. 22, 2018
Date Published: Mar. 4, 2018
Organization: Department of Justice Canada
Formats: PDF HTML
Keywords:  Justice system, Research, Consultations, Legal issues, Judges, Criminal justice system
Federal

Youth want a criminal justice system (CJS) that shows empathy and takes into consideration the circumstances of individuals before and during sentencing. Youth feel that the CJS should use more alternatives to incarceration that are community-based, restorative and place a focus on rehabilitation.

We also found:

Youth believed the two most important factors in terms of sentencing are the offender’s circumstances/history, and the nature of the crime, including the context, severity and motive of the crime.
A majority of youth highlighted the need for the CJS to recognize the circumstances of vulnerable Canadians, individuals who are racialized, impoverished or those suffering from mental health challenges when making sentencing decisions.

Last Updated: Nov. 21, 2018
Date Published: Jul. 5, 2018
Organization: Department of Justice Canada
Formats: PDF HTML
Keywords:  Justice system, Research, Consultations, Legal issues, Mental health, Youth engagement, Court decisions
Provincial
The Quebec Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food ensures the protection of consumers' health by ensuring the safety and security of food. The food inspection data in this set demonstrates the important work carried out by regional food inspection directorates in the retail and restaurant sector.
Last Updated: Feb. 8, 2023
Date Published: Apr. 14, 2021
Organization: Government and Municipalities of Québec
Formats: CSV HTML
Keywords:  Food, Retail business, Food inspection, catering establishment
Federal

Canadians are generally supportive of community-based sentencing; many feel that these sentences could have a number of positive impacts from reducing crime and increasing safety to greater efficiency in the criminal justice system.

What we also found:

After reviewing statistics on incarceration rates and who is incarcerated in Canada, over half of Canadians (55%) agreed that too many people were incarcerated (17% disagreed and 18% neither agreed nor disagreed)

Support for community-based sentences was much stronger for non-violent crimes.

Last Updated: Nov. 21, 2018
Date Published: Jul. 5, 2018
Organization: Department of Justice Canada
Formats: PDF HTML
Keywords:  Justice system, Research, Consultations, Legal issues, Annual reports
Federal

Readers Note: This publication presents results of an online public opinion survey completed by a sample of Canadians who received an invitation through email, Facebook and Twitter (called an "open link" sample; see Method for more details). This survey mirrored a survey conducted with a representative sample of Canadians, the results of which are available at Research on Justice Issues

Most respondents believe that diversion of accused people from the courts, should be the preferred response in some types of offences/situations. They also believe that increased use of diversion could make the criminal justice system (CJS) more efficient and effective. The majority of respondents believe that judges should have at least some degree of discretion and flexibility when deciding a sentence.

Last Updated: Nov. 22, 2018
Date Published: Jul. 2, 2018
Organization: Department of Justice Canada
Formats: PDF HTML
Keywords:  Justice system, Research, Consultations, Legal issues, Judges, Criminal justice system, Convictions
Federal

Most Canadians feel that sentencing guidelines are the best way to ensure a fair sentence and they believe that sentencing would be more consistent with such guidelines. Many Canadians also believe that Canada should consider having a sentencing commission, and that most important activity of this body would be to give judges guidelines for sentencing decisions.

What we also found:

Seven in ten (71%) Canadians indicated that the best approach to sentencing is to provide guidelines while sill allowing for a judge's discretion.

More than eight in ten (83%) thought that guidelines for sentencing would help making sentencing more consistent (only 4% did not believe that this would be the case) and that Canada should consider having set guidelines (81%).

Last Updated: Nov. 12, 2019
Date Published: Mar. 5, 2018
Organization: Department of Justice Canada
Formats: PDF HTML
Keywords:  Justice system, Research, Consultations, Legal issues, Judges, Criminal justice system, Convictions
Municipal
This set locates the establishments under the responsibility of the Food Inspection Division of the City of Montreal. It should be noted that the City is the agent of the Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation du Québec (MAPAQ) with regard to inspection on its territory.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**
Last Updated: Jan. 19, 2023
Date Published: Nov. 30, 2017
Organization: Government and Municipalities of Québec
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Keywords:  Food, Foods, Inspection, Restaurants, Salubrity, Establishment, Government information
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