Below is an article from New Brunswick about conviction rates. It was 14% for "major" charges. Many were dropped before even getting to trial, but even after that the percentage it not good. So, there must be some good lawyers left out there.We had some very good lawyers about 30 years ago that were well schooled on the wildlife act. They were very hard to beat and many cases got thrown out over technical grounds .
No you can'tTrapper Gary
Can I set a colony trap within 182m of a residence without permission of the owner occupier? Please provide the section of the regulations that support your answer.
And just for shits and giggles can you please give me the definition of a highway as it applies to the wildlife act and associated regulations. Again please provide the reference for this definition.
You tell me are the regs that complicated?
What happens when your hunting or trapping on a old unmaintained rd. as a K class Gov. rd ?No you can't
Summary clearly says no hunting with in 182 m ,
Regulations are clear on what a forest is were you can hunt freely.
There are regulations what and where you have to do.on a high way
Some ones woods road is not a public high way. The person that maintains the woods road do so at there own expense. Your walking down my woods road your not in a place descriped as forest area. That's how I see it