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Monday, April 23, 2018

Weird (but real) Canadian laws

Did you know that it is illegal to enter or leave an airplane mid-flight without a parachute? Even with a parachute, I'd think that entering a plane mid-flight might be tricky. Not that leaving without one would be a piece of cake.

It's also illegal to do anything to intentionally alarm or frighten Queen Elizabeth. Good to know for the next time you two are hanging out together.

It is, however, legal for a hotel owner to sell your horse if you don't pay your hotel bill within two weeks.

And have you ever wondered about paying your bills all in coins?  You can, as long as you follow these rules:

You cannot use more than the following quantities of change for certain amounts:
- Forty dollars if the denomination is two dollars or greater but does not exceed ten dollars;
- Twenty-five dollars if the denomination is one dollar;
- Ten dollars if the denomination is ten cents or greater but less than one dollar;
- Five dollars if the denomination is five cents; and
- Twenty-five cents if the denomination is one cent.

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