491. A person who, by an act or omission, helps or induces another person to commit an offence is guilty of the offence as if the person had committed it. The person is liable to the same penalty as that prescribed for the commission of the offence.
The same applies to a person who, by encouragement or advice or by an order, induces another person to commit an offence.
1998, c. 37, s. 491; 2009, c. 58, s. 85.