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Discussion in 'Canadian Hunters Forum' started by TheDuckSlayer, Apr 19, 2019.
That’s why Kenny Stabler called it the Redneck Riviera.
I wanna go to Canada. Who's going to Canada? Pick me up along the way?
What was the exact statute you were charged with?
Basically an officer will start by reading the statute you were charged with and then seeing how closely it 'equates' to Canadian legislation. When the officer determines if the offence equates or not then a determination on your admissibility can take place. Often its pretty simple by looking at the wording and circumstances from the offence you were charged with.
For the most part, 'indecent exposure' is only an indictable offence in Canada (dual procedure offence) if it involves exposing to a person under 16 years of age. There is also a charge for 'indecent act' which can equate. A charge of 'being nude in a public place' is a summary conviction offence and wouldn't render you inadmissible.
Hopefully that makes a bit of sense for you.
Gun ownership in Canada will soon be a felony, so if you're planning to hunt there you better do it this year.
If our current 'leader' has his way, that sure would be the case!