Hi folks, I am going to accompany a Canadian buddy on his moose and grizz hunt in some remote backcountry place (he wont tell me, says it´s a secret... /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/confused.gif /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif) in the Yukon for 3 weeks. I´ll come along on his stalks, (hopefully) help pack out the moose/grizz, keep the camp together, that sort of thing. While I am really looking forward to this trip, I was wondering this: Will I (German, no Canadian hunting license) be allowed to carry a firearm for "self-protection"? I know that I wont be allowed to hunt anything, not having a license and him not being an outfitter and everything but just for that 1-in-a-million chance that I run across a pissed-off bear, a rifle/revolver would come in handy... Call me a wimp, but I´ll rather be safe than sorry! On the other hand I dont want trouble with the game wardens, so whats your advice on this? Thanks, elwood.