This case involved a seal hunter who was unable to accommodate an observer because he already had a crew of ten and his Canadian Steamship Inspection (CSI) certificate only allowed him to have seven people on board. At trial, the summary conviction court acquitted the accused on the basis that D.F.O. ought to have provided reasonable notice prior to seeking …Full Summary
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