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Canadian Foundation for Children, Youth and the Law v Canada (Attorney General), Canadian Foundation for Children, Youth and the Law, Focus of the Family (Canada) Association (intervening) and ors (intervening) v Canada (Attorney General), Judgment of the Supreme Court, Docket No 29113, 2004 SCC 4, [2004] 1 SCR 76, 70 OR (3d) 95, 234 DLR (4th) 257, 180 CCC (3d) 353, 16 CR (6th) 203, 115 CRR (2d) 88, (2004) 46 RFL (5th) 1, 46 RFL (5e) 1, 183 OAC 1, ILDC 177 (CA 2004), 30th January 2004, Canada; Supreme Court [SCC]

Canadian Foundation for Children, Youth and the Law v Canada (Attorney General), Canadian Foundation for Children, Youth and the Law, Focus of the Family (Canada) Association (intervening) and ors (intervening) v Canada (Attorney General), Judgment of the Supreme Court, Docket No 29113, 2004 SCC 4, [2004] 1 SCR 76, 70 OR (3d) 95, 234 DLR (4th) 257, 180 CCC (3d) 353, 16 CR (6th) 203, 115 CRR (2d) 88, (2004) 46 RFL (5th) 1, 46 RFL (5e) 1, 183 OAC 1, ILDC 177 (CA 2004), 30th January 2004, Canada; Supreme Court [SCC]

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 26 February 2020

Whether Section 43 of the Criminal Code, which exempts parents, teachers, and those standing in the place of parents, from criminal sanction for the application of reasonable corrective force against a child accords with the requirements of the Constitution, (Canada) and Canadas international obligations to protect children.

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