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5 Tips for Choosing a Canada Criminal Rehabilitation Lawyer
May 10 2024
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5 Tips for Choosing a Canada Criminal Rehabilitation Lawyer

Having legal support to overcome inadmissibility is important. Review these five tips for choosing a Canada criminal rehabilitation lawyer now.

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Can You Enter Canada with a DUI in California?
April 2 2019

Can You Enter Canada with a DUI in California?

If you plan on traveling from California to Canada with an alcohol-related offense on your record, such as a DUI or even a wet reckless, it’s important to know your options for legal entry. Unfortunately, a single DUI can make you criminally inadmissible to Canada. Before you plan a trip for business, leisure or family […]

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Travelling to Canada with a DUI or DWI on record?
March 21 2019

Travelling to Canada with a DUI or DWI on record?

One single drunk driving offense does not usually cause a problem for Canadians crossing the United States border, but, it will most certainly cause an issue for Americans wishing to cross the Canadian border. Many US citizens and residents are surprised by this fact because most drunk driving offenses don’t prohibit people from traveling freely […]

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Now that it's Legal, Can I Go to Canada with a Previous Marijuana-Related Conviction?
January 30 2019

Now that it's Legal, Can I Go to Canada with a Previous Marijuana-Related Conviction?

The Cannabis Act became effective on October 17, 2018 to best protect the health and safety of Canadians. Even though it’s legal to use marijuana (as long as you are 18 or 19 years of age, depending on the territory, etc.), there are still strict laws that must be followed in order to ensure that […]

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What Does the New Legalization of Marijuana in Canada Mean for Me?
January 30 2019

What Does the New Legalization of Marijuana in Canada Mean for Me?

The recreational use of cannabis is now legal in Canada. According to The Cannabis Act, adults in Canada are allowed to use, buy, possess and grow recreational marijuana. In Quebec and Alberta, the legal age is 18. For the rest of the country, it’s 19. Marijuana can be purchased online and from stores that are […]

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Can You Go for Business to Canada with a DUI on Record?
January 16 2019

Can You Go for Business to Canada with a DUI on Record?

The United States and Canada have a strong trading partnership thanks to their shared border. In 2018, traded goods and services totaled $673.1 billion. With the constant trading of goods as well as services, many individuals from the United States must regularly travel to Canada for business purposes. Even though the two countries are close […]

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Can I Go Fishing or Hunting in Canada if I Have a DUI?
January 14 2019

Can I Go Fishing or Hunting in Canada if I Have a DUI?

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Can a Pilot or Flight Attendant Go to Canada with a DUI for Work?
January 10 2019

Can a Pilot or Flight Attendant Go to Canada with a DUI for Work?

When it comes to DUI arrests or convictions, Canadian criminal laws are stringent. A single DUI can prevent a person from entering the country, and there are no exceptions, even for airline staff, such as pilots and flight attendants. Unless given special permission from the Canadian government, anyone with a DUI on their record must […]

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Entering Canada with a DUI is About to Get Harder
January 4 2019

Entering Canada with a DUI is About to Get Harder

Canada is changing the way drug and alcohol impaired driving offenses are treated. Whether you live in Canada or plan to visit for work, family or vacation purposes, it’s important to know how the new laws may affect you. The current Criminal Code prohibits driving while intoxicated and related offenses, but the new legislation has […]

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