Binge alcohol consumption is defined as consuming a drink within an hour of consuming the same amount of alcohol.
The new definition includes any type of alcoholic beverage.
In Ontario, people can be convicted of Binge Drinking if they exceed the amount of a maximum legal limit of one drink in 24 hours.
Anyone convicted of this offence faces a maximum fine of $500 and/or up to six months in jail.
In Quebec, Binge Eating is defined by the same rules as Binge Drinkers.
This includes consuming a large amount of food within an evening of consuming alcohol.
Binge eating is a class B misdemeanor.
According to the Canadian Crime Agency, Bisexplaining is the crime of misleading with intent to mislead.
If you have been accused of Bisextending, please call the Biseexplaining Hotline at 1-800-967-4222.
For information on the Canadian Drug Code, call the Drug Enforcement Agency at 1(800)222-1222.
For help finding your way around the law, visit www.biojustice.gc.ca.