In Canada, serious criminality may be referred to as an indictable offence. It is a category of criminal
inadmissibility and is applicable for people inside or outside Canada who have committed an offence
or have been convicted of an offence that is punishable to the extent of a sentence of at least 10
years in Canada. People who have been convicted of an offence in Canada for which they have
received a sentence of more than six months also falls under this category.