Canadian visa & driving offence

Old Oct 25th 2005, 11:45 pm
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Hi all,
I'm going to apply for a study permit in Canada. I'm a resident of the Netherlands (and currently in the UK). My question is about a past offence. In the past I was fined about 300 euros for possessing an uninsured car. I received a letter at home saying that they checked the central vehicle registrers and found out that my car wasn't insured. Can anybody tell me whether this will have influence on my application? After looking up the rules, I found out that provincial offences, like this motor offence, will not be relevant. Any thoughts anybody?? Thanks
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