Proposed Legislation - Canada's System of Justice

Proposed Legislation - Canada's System of Justice

Legislation is introduced in Parliament to amend or repeal existing laws or put new ones into place. Find information below about Justice-related legislation currently being considered by Parliament. For a more detailed explanation of the Parliamentary process, download and share our How New Laws and Regulations Are Created infographic and visit the Parliament of Canada website.

Legend

Completed

Current stage

Yet to occur

House of Commons

Completed

1st reading

Completed

2nd reading

Completed

3rd reading

Senate

Completed

1st reading

2nd reading

3rd reading

Royal Assent

House of Commons

Completed

1st reading

Completed

2nd reading

3rd reading

Senate

1st reading

2nd reading

3rd reading

Royal Assent

House of Commons

Current stage

1st reading

Yet to occur

2nd reading

Yet to occur

3rd reading

Senate

Yet to occur

1st reading

Yet to occur

2nd reading

Yet to occur

3rd reading

Yet to occur

Royal Assent

House of Commons

Completed

1st reading

Current stage

2nd reading

Yet to occur

3rd reading

Senate

Yet to occur

1st reading

Yet to occur

2nd reading

Yet to occur

3rd reading

Yet to occur

Royal Assent

House of Commons

Completed

1st reading

Current stage

2nd reading

Yet to occur

3rd reading

Senate

Yet to occur

1st reading

Yet to occur

2nd reading

Yet to occur

3rd reading

Yet to occur

Royal Assent

House of Commons

Completed

1st reading

Current stage

2nd reading

Yet to occur

3rd reading

Senate

Yet to occur

1st reading

Yet to occur

2nd reading

Yet to occur

3rd reading

Yet to occur

Royal Assent

House of Commons

Current stage

1st reading

Yet to occur

2nd reading

Yet to occur

3rd reading

Senate

Yet to occur

1st reading

Yet to occur

2nd reading

Yet to occur

3rd reading

Yet to occur

Royal Assent