It is a civil matter in terms of him entering your home because it is his home. It is not a case of breaking and entering for example. It is certainly a police matter and offence if he actually picked up your video camera and threw it on the ground and broke it on purpose.
But for the most part this is a civil matter. And your remedy is through the landlord-tenant board of your province. The landlord entered illegally and the landlord has been harassing you and depriving you of your right to peaceful enjoyment of your home. That is all completely against your rights as a tenant. Your rights are protected but not by the police though unfortunately.
Your best next step would be to contact the Régie du logement and you can read about what they can do for you hear first:
Here is a link to the Regie's site:
You will be able to take this disgusting landlord before them and an order will be made against him.
I do not believe at all that you will be hearing from the place about any accusations you've made or that have been made against you. It doesn't make any sense. But, it may make sense for you to consult with a lawyer who practices criminal law face to face quickly now just in case and also if you want the lawyer to help you deal the police with respect to the criminal aspects of your treatment by this landlord.
You can contact the Law Society and use their Lawyer Referral Service. You will be given the name of a lawyer and can consult with the lawyer and the first half hour will be $30.
Here is a link to their contact information:http://www.barreau.qc.ca/en/public/trouver/avocat/
Does that help as a starting point?
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