A meandering commentary on the World at Large.
So much for the statute of limitations
Going to Canada? Check your past / Visitors with minor criminal records turned back at border
OK, so Canada has a policy that those convicted of criminal offenses can't enter the country. That's fine, they're a country, they can do whatever they want. However, for this to be a blanket policy with no expiration date on those convictions is absurd. Say a 70-year-old was convicted of stealing a loaf of bread when he was 20. Since then, he's become a mayor or some equally honorable role. You still won't let him in? That's ridonkulous.