and more on LED's laws in Canada:
Crucially the use of flashing lights attached to regular bikes ridden by regular riders is illegal, yet flashing lights attached to clothing are legal. A belt, helmet or a jacket with LED lights is legal, and they can flash too. ... The only lights on a motorcycle which can automatically flash are the indicators. So it seems the 3 flash strobe Skene's are not allowed, or any other pulsating "Headlights or brake lights)
Alberta Traffic says that some colours are legal based on where they are on the bike. If the light is visible from the rear of the bike, it must be red. If the bike is visible at the sides of the bike, it must be orange. If it is visible from the front, it must be white. The lights can't be strobing or flashing in any way, regardless of the colour.
All motor vehicles in Canada can only have a maximum of 4 lights on the front, in combination of white and yellow. I have a total of 8, just in case
Underglow LED's not allowed in Canada
High beaming and warning others, day or night will get you ticket
New lighting standard
As of September 2021 the Canadian Vehicle Lighting Regulation will require that all new vehicles sold in Canada have one of the following:
tail lights that come on automatically with daytime running lights
headlights, tail lights, and side marker lights that turn on automatically in the dark
a dashboard that stays dark to alert the driver to turn on the lights
This standard will apply to all new vehicles (cars, trucks, SUVs, 3-wheeled vehicles, motorcycles and heavy trucks).
With the new and super bright LED technology, the old practice of daytime use of high beams is becoming and issue, and the word is it will become regulated, as more and more drivers are reporting being blinded even on a sunny day. The counter effect is drivers (cagers) tend to look away, when approaching your bike shinning high's, creating more potential of collision.The amount of "lumens or candella" the Aux LED's are producing will also become regulated.
TBH some of the latest red brake lights on Audi's, Hyundai's etc are "too bright" especially at night, and sometimes you really have to look away to make it easier on your eyes.