Bill C-489 would amend the Criminal Code and the Corrections and Conditional Release Act respecting prohibition orders. It would prevent the offender from knowingly being within two kilometres of the residence of the victim. It would also make amendments to the provisions respecting probation orders, conditional sentencing, peace bonds, and parole provisions with respect to the offender communicating with the victim or being in a specified place.
The bill is clearly within federal jurisdiction. It does not appear to be clearly unconstitutional. There might be some amendments that could be made to the bill, but there is nothing that is clearly unconstitutional. There is no similar bill on the order paper, either a private member's bill or a government bill.