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Old 01-20-2012, 06:44 PM   #1
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Wow! this got my attention... As I read it - the incident occurred somewhere along Hwy 16 in Alb. or B.C. - correct? This is not the first alert regarding that hiway that I've read.
Realizing that we live in sunny Arizona (land of drug cartels, gang wars & illegal border crossing)
and, we have travelled all across this great land (U.S & Mexico & Central America) - we Do know how to stay out of harms way... But is Western Canada as bad/worse than S.W. US because of the isolation & distances??
We are trying to plan our Summer Expedition through B.C. to Yukon & Alaska. I want to drive Hwy 16 to 37 (Cassiar). We will camp in our RoadTrek along the way.
SO, although I'm not a gun NUT(NRA) I do own a couple & living in the land of 2nd Amendment frenzy I Wonder - What are the gun laws in Canada? I've heard that hunting rifles & shotguns can be taken in legally/declared... How about for protection from bears &/or worse - Human Predators? Any thoughts out there?? Thnx, RIC.
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I split the above post from Missing couple's motorhome found on fire because it can be a separate topic.
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O.K. thanks! I'll do a GOOGLE search as well. But I do appreciate 1st hand info. if any one has personal experience. Thnx, Ric.
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I don't know anything about the gun laws and traveling to Canada. Someone else will have to help with that.

The story in that link is shocking. I don't think what happened is a common occurrence at all. Those type of events seem to be very random. Just being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

One good habit is to keep all of your RV doors locked when traveling. When you stop for gas etc. you don't want someone getting in the side door and surprising you when you resume your trip. A Class B differs from the larger Classes of RV's in that there is fewer places for an intruder to hide. I remember reading a story where an intruder entered an RV through the side door when the RV was stuck in traffic. I've also read where RV'ers in Class B's if overnighting in a parking lot etc. make sure to have a clear exit path to drive away quickly and easily. They won't drive into a spot with a curb blocking the front of it for example.
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Three of us were in my Class C and we overnighted in a nearly empty campground once.
We noticed crime scene tape preventing access to the washrooms
Our imaginations started to run wild. We started to think that the proprietors didn't look like typical campground hosts
Each of us trying to jokingly scare the others. We ended up all scared but putting on brave faces.
It was late, we had driven all day so we stayed but none of us got any quality sleep that night and we hit the road early

I think I had been reading a lot of Dean Koontz novels around that time.
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Hi, RIC;
Living in Calgary, I've travelled on Hwy 16 many times. From Edmonton west to Jasper, there is a lot of traffic, particularly tourists. The section between Jasper and Prince George is a little lonelier, but certainly not deserted. Part of that stretch, particularly around Prince George, though has been nicknamed "Highway of tears" because of the disappearances over the years of a number of younger women, frequently first nations people, who have been hitchhiking. I don't consider it dangerous to travel. I have canoed and camped in the general area many times. I have seen bears, but I've never carried, nor needed, a gun. The idea that other visitors may have a gun worries me more than the wildlife.
Mount Robson Park, west of Jasper, is busy, as safe as any provincial park and well worth visiting.
I believe you can carry long guns (declared) into Canada. But don't keep it either loaded or very accessible.
I wouldn't change your plans to avoid the highway. It's a great drive.

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Les; Thanks for the response/info in your post. I had read about "Hiway of tears", but hadn't related it to 'Native hitchhikers'. We have somewhat similar situation in Arizona & New Mexico on the Navajo Reservation (its Big). Wife & I drive across the Res. 4 or 5 times each year and have camped as well. Never have had any incident to make us worried (except slow drivers & left turners without signaling - but that happens everywhere we go). We see a lot of hitchers but they don't cause us any problem & they don't want to ride with us anyway.

We have travelled all over this Great Continent of North America (incl. Mexico & Western Canada) - never had a problem. And I Prefer NOT to carry a firearm (even on motorcycle).
I may not be typical/stereotype Arizonan, but even though I own a couple guns and grew-up hunting in Montana - I feel that having guns is usually more trouble than they are worth.
And, way More Problems if one is used even for self-defense. So I leave 'em locked-up at home & probably would this summer as well.
I appreciate your & Marko's input and look forward to our Big Adventure this summer.
The RoadTrek is being prep'd. Ric.
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Hi Ric,
markopolo and Les gave excellent advice. It's probably all you need to know.

That said,
I've become interested in the shooting sports in Canada over the last few years, and have taken
the required courses for legal firearms acquisition and possession, and hold a PAL for both R and NR firearms. To date, I have not purchased any firearms, but I have done some fairly extensive research, prior to making a purchase for some target shooting.
I'm certainly not an expert, and would add that as a caveat to the rest of this posting.

However, if you're really interested in "importing" your non-restricted firearms (basically rifles and shotguns with barrels longer than 18.5" and not less than 26" over all length when in compacted form) there is a some fairly wordy and somewhat complex info available at the CFP/RCMP (Canadian Firearms Program) website. You may also find some good info about how to go about bringing your rifle/shotgun with you when you visit or are just passing through at the CBSA website.
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is our CBP equivalent, and they have significant input in the decision process of who and what gets into and out of Canada at the border. They might be the best place to start, if you decide you do want to "import temporary" into Canada.
Basically, up here in or around the early 1990s, they made the firearms laws so convoluted and arbitrarily restricted public access to firearms which you consider tame, that many people considering taking up the shooting sports just can't be bothered jumping through the hoops. We have no 2nd Amendment rights, and are treated accordingly by our firearms laws.
A little light reading.
http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/publications ... 4-eng.html
http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/faq/im-ex-eng.htm#f1
http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/fs-fd/rp-eng.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_politics_in_Canada

You can stop reading here if that's enough to discourage you.

If you're really bored, read on........

Some quick basics of Canadian firearms law.
First off, there are 3 basic firearms classes in Canada since the 1950s which were realigned and made much more comprehensive in the 1990s.
Prohibited - means what it sounds like, get caught with one and you've got some serious "splainin' to do" on your way to jail (mostly full automatic rifles, SMGs, and some specific small calibers and very short handguns).
Restricted - require special authorization to carry to and from a certified/authorized gun club range, as that's the only place you can legally play with them. (centerfire AR style military looking assault rifles and almost all handguns).
Non-Restricted - everything else (all long guns including shotguns, rifles in all non-full automatic action types and configurations, and anything else that doesn't fall into the first 2 categories).

Some more specifics and some mythical tales about owning firearms in Canada,
With very few exceptions there is no CCW law. Carrying concealed is a felony everywhere.
As is transporting loaded, or firing from a vehicle. I won't even get into home storage of firearms, but I think it's pretty much the same as in the US, use common sense and don't let the good or bad guys access or steal them easily.
Almost all handguns, and some semi-automatic AR styled rifles are restricted, because they "look scary/military".
Full auto is prohibited, unless the firearms were acquired before the full automatic prohibition law was enacted (1950?). So if Grandad brought an MG42 back from Berlin in 1945, he can keep it until he dies. After that, the beneficiary of the automatic weapon probably has to surrender it for disposal, or donate it to a museum. The list of restricted "scary" guns is pretty long. Many of the weapons on it were put there in the 1990s (supposedly) by a select committee of government bureaucrats, who knew nothing about firearms, and just thumbed through firearms magazines and tossed what they saw on the whitelist and blacklist piles, based on whether they "looked like military style firearms".
Also many items considered innocuous to carry for self defense in the USA, are considered restricted or prohibited weapons in Canada. There is similar info on the RCMP CFP website describing some of them. For example, pepper spray designated as "Dog" or "Bear" spray is OK, but "Mace" or "Pepper Spray" (used by law enforcement on humans) is illegal/prohibited. Even though they are the same chemicals, just labeled differently.

In our defense, it is equally difficult for a Canadian to bring firearms into the US for any reason. I believe it is a felony level offense for a Canadian visitor to receive or possess a firearm while on American soil.
Also, I don't think you need to worry about self defense in Canada, any more than you would at home, if you use a little common sense and take care. In a pinch, a tire iron, or prybar, or even a claw hammer makes a statement, if necessary.
Hope this helps. Further questions? Fire away (pun intended).
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Mike & Les; Thanks for all the feedback/info. You have both provided a lot of help in planning our Canada excursion this summer. And I do agree that other travelers/campers with firearms are more frightening than bears/wildlife if we use common sense.
I still like the plan of driving the Cassiar at least one direction (probably going north) & the Alaska Hwy coming back. I've read a lot of B.C. websites, so I think I have a fair idea of what to expect (Expect the Unexpected!). And we are both experienced (over 60yrs old) travelers.
So, we will probably leave the weaponry (& paranoia) at home & trust our instincts.
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No problem, I'm glad to have confused or enlightened you on the pros and cons of traveling with weapons in Canada.
I wish it were simpler, but it's not.
I like your idea of up to Alaska (Juneau would be our only "must do/see") one way, and back down the other.
From the link Les posted, and what I read there, it looks like you're on your own for just about everything
except fuel/gas. Water, food, repairs, heating, cooling, medical, etc. sound like they're available on a
best efforts basis. It does sound like it could be a practical survivalist's dream come true.
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Mike; I'm not sure about driving to Juneau - Overland, lakes & glaciers maybe... Or ferry from Skagway or Prince Rupert?? We did an Alaska cruise about 10yrs ago. Stopped at Juneau - I wasn't impressed (except the Big Glacier). The town is dirty & congested. I like Skagway - the history, scenery & the Train Ride (I read Robert Service up & back).
My plan is to leave Ariz. shortly after July 4th. Cross into B.C. someplace in Washington. North thru. Kelowna, & Kamloops to Prince George. At Prince Geo. we will decide to go west on 16 to 37 or north to Dawson Cr. & Alaska Hwy. Either way our intent would be Up one way & Down the other. We have to be in Seattle by Aug. 17th, so I don't expect to go farther North than Whitehorse. But will plan drive into Skagway & spend a couple days. I'm not planning to do any Ferry unless to hop on to cross over to Haines for a day of sight seeing.
SO, do You or anyothers here want to meet-up somewhere in the 'Great White North'.??
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Thanks for the info about Juneau, re the condition of the place. Access is via water from Skagway, so we might
have to pass on the Alaskan State Capitol, and add it to the list of unreachables by land (with Hawaii).
I'd like to see some of the State's big parks like Denali, if possible, and maybe a stop in Anchorage.
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Howdy, This is my first post although I've been reading the forum for over a year while we waited to find the "perfect for us" class B. That done, I figured I'd add a little something to this thread.
We live in Florida and rarely travel un-armed. With a trip to Alaska planned next year, we were concerned with traveling through Canada with firearms. After examining the procedures for transporting weapons through Canada, we've decided it's not worth the hassel and will leave the gun with friends in Idaho when we head North.
Here's the good part. Wasp Spray! Yep, good old household wasp spray. Reach out and touch some"thing" up to 20 feet away. Not a pleasant substance to be hit in the face with.
I understand that pepper spray and even bear spray are considered weapons in Canada and some States.
So, if you want to carry a perfectly legal weapon, take a look at Wasp Spray.
Now.. If I can just find a shoulder holster to fit that big can.
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Rumble; Welcome to the "B's". True what you said about wasp spray. I bought the Big/bug spray can last summer - to spray Wasps. Then carried it in the R/T van on our trip to Chicago & back.
Never did have to use it for wasps or predators of any kind. But I'm told that a shot in the eyes will turn any beast away. And they have good range.
I'll test the spray this spring (on wasps & killer bees) then take with on our trip to the Great White North. Thinking now to leave the weaponry & paranoia in Gun lovin' Arizona!
BTW: what class 'B' did you get? We luv our RoadTrek 190V.
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Thanks for the welcome.
The "chief of staff" fell in love with the floor plan of the PW Lexor RL-4 with the 4 captain's chairs and semi-circular couch in the rear,
We wanted a rig to do double duty as an occasional people mover and extend traveler. Not a lot of storage room with that floor plan. I wonder if it wasn't a limited production model since I've only seen the plan in 2008 models.
I steered away from RT because it was getting tough to find a 6L engine in a pre-loved unit in the local area. Really wanted the 6L.
We're very pleased with the Lexor so far. Handles great and at 70 MPH the 'puter shows 15 and 16 MPG. 'Course this is flat ol Florida.
I'll continue to read the forum and pop in now and then. I don't know enough about the Van yet to ask an intelligent quest yet.
We're not new to RV'ing. Just took a 20 year break for careers raising family.
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If either of you ever feel the need to use the wasp spay, be prepared to explain why to a peace officer.
Even the use of dog and bear sprays can carry severe penalties, if used on humans. There may be fines and
even jail time involved. The sprays labeled and designed for use as animal repellants may be considered
to be the equivalent of Mace or Pepper Spray (OC Spray) which are prohibited weapons in Canada, depending
on how they were used and under what circumstances.
Our laws about self defense are currently under going some changes to make them more supportive of the victim
in the case of an assault, but the final legislation hasn't yet been passed into law. The same past governments that
made scary looking semi-automatic rifles restricted because of the way they looked also created some very soft
on crime rules regarding self defense. It's not uncommon to read or hear about the victim of an assault who defends
himself or his property, being arrested and charged for doing it. I am not sure of the outcomes of many of the individual
cases, but it you google lethal force, self defense, laws Canada, you'll get some info on it all. Here's the intended
legislative modifications in layman's terms from last year (oddly, before PM Harper had his majority government).
http://www.pm.gc.ca/eng/media.asp?id=3966
The rewrite of the existing laws including broadening the scope and permissible actions regarding "making citizen's arrests" and "castle doctrine/self defense" in Canada were brought on in some small way by the arrest and charging of a shop owner in Toronto who was robbed of some flowers and sought and found the thief who he proceeded to detain pending the arrival of police. He was charged with unlawful and forcible confinement, and tried. He was later cleared of charges after a judge decided he couldn't find beyond a reasonable doubt that the shop owner was guilty of a crime.
http://www.canada.com/news/Toronto+shop ... story.html

Another useful link, if anyone is interested, is to the real time Canadian Parliamentary website containing a list of
current legislation. It has all the Bills before Parliament with the current status of each Bill, i.e. what stage of the
process of becoming law it's in. There's a little film strip thingy beside each law, and if you hover your cursor/pointer
over it, it will tell you what stage the Bill is at. When it shows "Royal Assent" the Bill is officially the law of the land.
http://www.parl.gc.ca/LegisInfo/Home.as ... l=41&Ses=1
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Mike; thanks for the heads up re. the bug spray. I'm not surprised as I'm sure we have some of the same considerations in the States. Especially those states on the left & right coasts.
When we travel, we try to stay alert to our surroundings & activities. If something doesn't seem right we just get out of there. Of course, traveling in the west we have more wiggle more.
But we've really only been uncomfortable 1 time in Calif. & another in Houston.
So, again we don't change our travel plans because of Fear or paranoia.
Thanks again for the continuing education on travel in Canada.
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I have not travelled in Canada (at least recently) but friends were turned away at the border because they had a handgun in their fifth wheel. They are from Arizona, and just didn't understand how serious an offense this is in Canada.

Since my husband passed away, I have been doing solo trips, but always with two large, loud and devoted Labrador Retrievers. (They also make a great heat source on a 20 degree night, since I defer lighting a fire under my bed lol). I carry a pistol as well, but I think the dogs alone make a pretty good deterrent to campsite invaders, be they human or animal. I also now always camp in established campgrounds; it's just too dangerous to boon dock in the desert anymore with the elevated traffic related to drug and human smuggling.

FWIW, I don't lock the doors on the camper at night, because I want to have a ready exit in case of fire. But I do keep all valuables out of sight.
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I wonder how many RV-ers of any type, carry concealed while traveling?
I know of one or two on here and elsewhere.
Won't leave home without at least a 12ga. pump on board, jic.
I think that in Canada, I could travel with one in my van, stored properly, and not be breaking any laws.
There are many camping locations that do have dangerous wildlife (human included) as an added bonus, and to have a shotgun along for life threatening situations probably wouldn't be illegal, in itself. Discharging it, and actually shooting a bear/wolf/coyote/rabid raccoon/whatever, puts you in unknown legal territory, I'd imagine.

I find it interesting that Parks Canada, and other National and Provincial entities that I see advertise, are implying that effectively they are starving for campers and hikers and "come visit us" cash business in general They don't ever mention that many of the parks and camping venues can have dangerous wildlife as part of the package, and still they won't allow us to bring along the means to defend ourselves from those creatures who might do us harm, if confronted. Two separate areas of government, left hand right hand, scenario. It's ironic, in my opinion.
As regards getting stopped and searched in Canada as a Canadian legal gun owner, carrying a legal, registered, non-restricted firearm. I would imagine it often comes down to the mood of the peace officer that finds the weapon, and what you do and say.
Just my opinions, though. YMMV.
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Just an update on our non-restricted long gun registration law.
Bill C-19 attained Royal Assent over the last weekend.
http://www.parl.gc.ca/LegisInfo/BillDet ... Id=5188309
It is now law, and Canadians can now purchase and sell non-restricted firearms without
registering them with the RCMP.
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