You can be charged with carrying a concealed weapon, even if the weapon is not on your person directly.
Canadian law defines a “firearm” as a barrelled weapon from which any shot, bullet, or other projectiles can be discharged and that can cause bodily injury or death to a person.
A weapon that is held for a purpose that is dangerous to the public’s peace or for the purpose of committing a crime is illegal.
To transfer a weapon or firearm to another person without proper authorization can constitute this Weapons or Gun Trafficking.
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