Obviously, it would be impossible to do a comprehensive survey of all the different penalties in the Criminal Code and in other criminal-based legislation. One thing that does jump out is that even on a summary conviction, the proposed fine of, I think, $300,000 and potential imprisonment of up to 12 months is higher than pretty much anywhere else, based on the survey we did. Fines usually tend to be below the $100,000 range, but it varies of course, and imprisonment tends to be up to six months. They are of course higher than those that, on average, would be found in the Criminal Code.
Picking up on your question, I want to add one piece, which is that when one looks at Criminal Code provisions, generally they are more focused on intentional actions or intentional harm being committed, usually resulting in some form of physical or “security of the person” impact or economic harm.
It's helpful to think about what different types of activities are being criminalized and what the commensurate penalties are. Again, though, I'm not in a position to provide a comprehensive overview of the different penalties provided for.