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Weapons Offences Manual (Print + ProView online)
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Instantly access all the legislation and case law relating to the possession, use, sale, storage and handling of weapons and firearms in Canada with the Weapons Offences Manual. This resource offers thorough, annotated analysis, case authorities and practical answers to all your firearms and weapons questions. More than 1,200 summarized cases and applicable legal principles. Discover:
  • The background and history of the current legislation
  • The technical requirements for proof of all weapons and firearm offences and the rulings on "adaptability"
  • The constitutionality of specific firearms and weapons sections
  • The definitions of prohibited and restricted firearms, and prohibited and restricted weapons
  • The four-year minimum sentences for 10 serious offences
  • Regulations prescribing prohibited and restricted firearms and weapons
  • The new provisions for Firearms Act Reference Hearings
  • All the search and seizure cases with or without prior judicial authorization
  • The case law in relation to Criminal Code offences that attract minimum sentences
Weapons Offences Manual offers the most expansive collection of the applicable legal principles and policies pertaining to firearms and weapons under federal legislation, making it indispensable in court. Thomson Reuters ProView™ The eBook version of this publication is available through your web browser, or can be downloaded to your desktop or laptop (Windows and Mac), iPad, or Android tablet. Visit to learn more and to see the complete collection of ProView
About the Author
Justice Peter J. Harris, of the Ontario Court of Justice, was appointed to the Ontario Court in 1995, prior to which he practised criminal law for more than 15 years.
Justice Miriam H. Bloomenfeld, Ontario Court of Justice was appointed to the Ontario Court of Justice in 2005 after 15 years as Crown counsel.