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721(3) Unless otherwise specified by the court, the report must, wherever possible, contain information on the following matters: (a) the offender’s age, maturity, character, behaviour, attitude and willingness to make amends; (b) subject to subsection 119(2) of the Youth Criminal Justice Act, the history of previous dispositions under the Young Offenders Act, chapter Y-1 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985, the history of previous sentences under the Youth Criminal Justice Act, and of previous findings of guilt under this Act and any other Act of Parliament; (c) the history of any alternative measures used to deal with the offender, and the offender’s response to those measures; and (d) any matter required, by any regulation made under subsection (2), to be included in the report.

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