What is the test for determining whether a member of the House of Representatives has committed a criminal offence under the Criminal Code?

Alberta, Canada


The following excerpt is from Law Society of Alberta v. Ouellette, 2012 ABLS 4 (CanLII):

82. Other relevant considerations include: Was the member acting dishonestly or in bad faith? Did the member act for personal gain? Was any effort made to conceal the actions? (See, for example, Law Society of Alberta v. Oshry, [2008] L.S.D.D. No. 164.)

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