18 years old
17 years old
It will be 143 years since Canada (then just Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario and Quebec) became a self governing nation.
The first four provinces of Canada (Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia) joined confederation on July 1, 1867 Canada is now 143 years old as of 2010 .
The age at which children can legally be left at home alone for short periods of time varies from province to province, from 10 to 12 years. - Canada Safety Council
ok, obviously a 14 year old can work legally in mississauga, because the working age in Canada is 14 years old, and this applies to all of Canada
You can't legally have a job in Canada or the United State of America.
Sutherland was born in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. He spent most of his childhood in Hampton, New Brunswick while moving to Nova Scotia for his teen years. Donald went to college at Victoria College, University of Toronto. He left Canada for England to study at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art in the 60s.
wait 2 years until you're 18
I guess it really depends on where you live, in Canada your parents can't legally stop you from moving out but I think they can in the States, not so sure on the one. But I know for sure that you can move out at sixteen in Canada.
The age of consent in Canada is 16 years old. A child can legally leave home at the age of 16 in Canada. So, a 17 year old can live with a 23 year old.
Missippi you are a adult legally at 21 years.
From 1years old to 18 years old is illegal to smoke inCanada. however, in Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, new Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and British Columbia made it to 19.
Duke Ferdinand of Brunswick was born on January 12, 1721 and died on July 3, 1792. This would have been 71 years old at the time of death or 289 years old today.
You legally married the day it happens
ten years old
Legally, in most countries you are under the age of consent. You could be tried for statutory rape if you have sex with a 14 year old girl.
People were wondering what happened.
In 1871, Nova Scosia ,New Brunswick, Quebec and Ontario formed Canada. 3 years later, Manitoba joined and then British Columbia..... under one condition. Sir John A. MacDonald had to make a railroad linking the east of Canada to the west.
Even if you have been living separate lives for eight years, you are not legally divorced. You are still legally married until you get a divorce and can not remarry until so.
The legal age is 13 years of age to legally drive a boat.