Originally Posted by Bakes
#8 under the legal rights section of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms says "Everyone has the right to be secure against unreasonable search or seizure." I assume that applies to mail and packages since it is your property. Ah, I could be way off here. Seems to me that some canadian authorities have decided to play by their OWN rules. What I would like to know is who the hell wrote our constitution. What a bunch of idiots. Too much room for loopholes.
Unreasonable Search and Siezure does not equate to entrenched property rights. It is more in the spirit of being detained or searched by authorities, or an authority siezing something for no reasonable reason.
This doesn't apply to CCRA, as the reason for siezure is their interpretation of the CCC, they don't just do it to be dicks.
Edit - Grey, unless you actually know of someone who is currently "doing something", in which case I would expect some kind of update from you on these attempts, please stop saying these random and useless things. One does not need professional training in the area to be helpful. In fact having a mind that wasn't trained in these areas can sometimes lead for an intersting back door that a "trained" person might not consider. Yes it leads to crap, but there is a good chance gold can come of it too.