Just because you're a police officer or detective doesn't mean that you know every single law in the books. Also if he's smart he'll never say anything on the record or put anything in writing (it could cost him his job even if he tells you the right info).
The clear thing is only to placate CBSA. After that it becomes the RCMP's responsibility. In fact, if you rob a store with a clear gun the crown will treat it as if it were a real firearm and recommend charges accordingly. It doesn't matter if it's pink, or clear, or black or whatever.
For now if you don't want trouble just keep it clear, hell you're not going to use it until you're 18 anyways right? You're only using your "pneumatic power tools" in your basement under parental supervision.
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