74. If the discipline committee concludes that an offence was committed, it may impose one or a combination of the following sanctions:
(1) a reprimand consisting in the inmate being rebuked;
(2) loss of privilege consisting in the loss of a privilege the inmate had including television, radio or telephone privileges or participation in socio-cultural or sports activities, for up to a maximum of 15 days;
(3) confinement consisting in the obligation for the inmate to remain in a cell for up to a maximum of 5 days;
(4) solitary confinement consisting in the obligation for the inmate to remain in a cell in a separate area for up to a maximum of 7 days;
(5) loss of remission days that the person serving a sentence could have earned for the month of imprisonment;
(6) forfeiture of days of remission standing to the person’s credit.
In imposing any of those sanctions, the discipline committee may take into account the inmate’s restitution for or repair of the damage caused to property of the facility, the reintegration support fund or a third person.
The discipline committee may also impose any of those sanctions as a suspended sanction which consists in determining the nature of the sanction but making its execution conditional on the commission of any offence within 30 days following the decision.