Canada may change its criminal code to loosen penalties for drunks in kayaks. TIFFANY TOMPKINS-CONDIE/Bradenton Herald
Canada may change its criminal code to loosen penalties for drunks in kayaks. TIFFANY TOMPKINS-CONDIE/Bradenton Herald ttompkins@bradenton.com
Canada may change its criminal code to loosen penalties for drunks in kayaks. TIFFANY TOMPKINS-CONDIE/Bradenton Herald ttompkins@bradenton.com

Canada is loosening up laws on drunk kayaking – but you still shouldn’t do it

September 29, 2017 06:52 PM

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