The law was inspired by an old Canadian federal law who was recently decriminalized. 
Any person who fraudulently, as the case may be, is guilty of an offense punishable on summary conviction:
a) affects to exercise or employ something magic, sorcery, enchantment or conspiracy;
b) undertakes, for consideration, to tell the good fortune;
c) affected by his skill in some occult or magical science, or by his knowledge of such science, being able to discover where and how a thing supposed to have been stolen or lost can be found.— Anti-Witchcraft Law
- "Canada decriminalized fake witchcraft; but it was too late for the 'white witch of the north'". National Post. 20 December 2018.
- "LAW Anti-Witchcraft". e-Noc. November 30, 2019.