1.You could go to jail if you in any way melt, deface, alter or change any coin [Canadian Currency Act].
2.Practicing witchcraft, sorcery and the dark arts is strictly illegal [Criminal Code, s. 365].
3.You cannot challenge anyone to a duel (swords or pistols) – period [Criminal Code, s. 71].
4.Possessing any comic book depicting any criminal act is highly illegal [Criminal Code, s. 164.1].
5.You cannot use too many coins to pay for your dinner or other purchase; specifically, a maximum of $25 (if using loonies) or a maximum of $5, if using nickels, etc. [Canadian Currency Act, 1985].
6.You could be jailed if you trick or mislead anyone to thinking something is Canadian maple syrup, when it is not [Maple Product Regulations, s. 3.1].
7.In fact, you can turn left at a red light if you're on a one-way street and you're about to turn onto another one-way street [Highway Traffic Act].
8.You can apologize to someone for something you said, without admitting any liability whatsoever for your statement or initial defamation of that person [Apology Act].
9. You cannot "enter or leave [an] aircraft during flight unless. . . (a) the person leaves for the purpose of making a parachute descent”. If the passenger is in possession of a parachute, however, making a mid-air jump from the plane can only be done with the permission of the pilot. So, if you jump out of a plane without a parachute and survive, you could go straight to jail, do not collect $200.
10.It’s totally illegal to scare or alarm the Queen [Criminal Code].