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Impaired Driving

Impaired Driving Driving when your ability is impaired by alcohol, or a drug is a crime in Canada. Your vehicle does not have to be moving; you can be charged if you are impaired behind the wheel, even if you have not started to drive. In circumstances involving...

No Insurance 

No Insurance  Did you know if you are caught driving without insurance in Ontario, you will be fined or face other penalties? Here is what you need to know about the fines for driving a vehicle without valid car insurance in the province. Section 3 of the CAIA...

Possession Of Stolen Property

Possession Of Stolen Property Possession of property obtained by crime. 354 (1) Every one commits an offence who has in his possession any property or thing or any proceeds of any property or thing knowing that all or part of the property or thing or of the...

Break and Enter

Break and Enter Break and enter happens when someone enters your property (for example, your home or office), without permission, with the intention of committing a crime, often theft. Regardless of the value of property stolen or destroyed, break and enter...

Criminal Harassment

Criminal Harassment Criminal harassment, more commonly known as stalking, can be defined as harassing behaviour including repeatedly following, communicating with or watching over one’s dwelling home. This sort of behaviour is against the law. It is not a sign of...

Obstructing Justice

Obstructing Justice In Canada, the obstruction of justice charge is found in the Criminal Code. It is defined as any attempt, in any manner, to obstruct, pervert or defeat a judicial proceeding. Trying to bribe a judge, lawyer, peace officer, court official or...

Public Mischief

Public Mischief Public Mischief is a distinct form of mischief that involves falsely reporting crimes to the police resulting in unnecessary investigations, wasted public resources, and sometimes criminal charges being laid against innocent third parties.


Assault The basic definition of assault in Canada is the intention to apply force to someone else in a direct or indirect manner, without that person’s consent. This is a very important point to note; the threat of assault is all that is required for an assault...


Theft What is considered theft in Ontario? Under the Criminal Code of Canada, theft is the intentional taking or converting to personal use (or another person’s use) anything, whether animate or inanimate, in a way that is fraudulent.

Dog Owners Liability Act

Dog Owners Liability Act In Ontario, dog owners may find themselves liable to pay for the wrongful acts of their dogs. The Dog Owners' Liability Act governs the situation. The Act provides that a dog owner is liable for damages resulting from a bite or attack by...

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Welland, Ontario 
L3B 3X5 
Tel: 905-732-9890 
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Dunnville, Ontario 
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