What is the punishment for bigamy in Canada?
seven years’ imprisonmentEvery one who commits bigamy is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to seven years' imprisonment.
Is it legal to marry your sister in Canada?
It is against the law to marry your parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, brother, sister, half-brother or half-sister. If you are already married, you cannot marry another person. It is against the law in Canada to have more than one spouse.
Is it legal to marry your uncle in Canada?
Cousin marriage — and marriage between a niece or nephew and their uncle or aunt — is legal in Canada, according to the federal Marriage (Prohibited Degrees) Act of 1990.
Is adultery a crime in Canada?
In Canada, you can commit adultery without actually having sex. Canada boasts the western world's first and only, and still legally authoritative, court ruling* that artificial insemination constitutes adultery.