What is the statute of limitations for vehicular manslaughter in Canada?
In Canada there is no general limitation period for indictable offences.
For anything other than a summary or misdemeanor offense, there is no statute of limitations in Canada. Therefore, for crimes such as major theft, murder, manslaughter, rape or the like, you can be charged at any point in the future. Warrants have been known to exist for more than 20 years in some cases.