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810.1(3.02) The provincial court judge may add any reasonable conditions to the recognizance that the judge considers desirable to secure the good conduct of the defendant, including conditions that (a) prohibit the defendant from having any contact including communicating by any means with a person under the age of 16 years, unless the defendant does so under the supervision of a person whom the judge considers appropriate; (a.1) prohibit the defendant from using the Internet or other digital network, unless the defendant does so in accordance with conditions set by the judge; (b) prohibit the defendant from attending a public park or public swimming area where persons under the age of 16 years are present or can reasonably be expected to be present, or a daycare centre, schoolground or playground; (c) require the defendant to participate in a treatment program; (d) require the defendant to wear an electronic monitoring device, if the Attorney General makes the request; (e) require the defendant to remain within a specified geographic area unless written permission to leave that area is obtained from the provincial court judge; (f) require the defendant to return to and remain at his or her place of residence at specified times; or (g) require the defendant to abstain from the consumption of drugs except in accordance with a medical prescription, of alcohol or of any other intoxicating substance.

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