Originally Posted by mzo
As far as I am aware a replica gun (a near precision replica of a real gun) that fires less than 366 fps or fires blanks is prohibited in Canada.
That's a CBSA thing. They don't allow the importation of replica firearms. CC doesn't care about 366 fps, only if the (barreled) weapon fires projectiles with sufficient velocity or energy to cause serious injury - currently defined (in CC) as 500+ fps.
According to the CC, if the gun closely ressembles an actual firearm (clear guns excluded) but is not itself a firearm, it is a prohibited device...but I didn't see anything in the CC about charges that can be laid until you do something dumb with the PD. That's when you get into trouble.