What knives are allowed in Canada?
In Canada, it is illegal to carry any knife, including folding knives, with a blade longer than 30cm (12 inches) in public.
It is also illegal to carry any knife that is considered a prohibited weapon, such as switchblades or automatic knives.
Additionally, it is illegal to carry a knife with the intention of using it as a weapon. The law prohibits carrying a knife for the purpose of self-defence or as a tool to intimidate others.