Canadian Home Video Rating System

The Canadian Home Video Rating System is a voluntary rating classification system applied to home video products such as VHS and DVDs. It was originally created in 1946 as Motion Picture Classification Corporation of Canada.

RatingsEdit

There are six ratings:

  • G - Suitable For All.
  • PG - Parental Guidance Advised.
  • 14A - Persons Under 14 Years Of Age Must Be Accompanied By An Adult.
  • 18A - Persons Under 18 Years Of Age Must Be Accompanied By An Adult.
  • R - Restricted To Persons 18 Or Older.
  • A - Restricted To Persons 18 Or Older. These movies can only be shown at specially licensed cinemas or sold in licensed sex shops.

Other websitesEdit

CHVRS