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    Not a lot of people realize that we need to carry TWO cards on the boat ready for inspection by Police,CO and Fisheries Officers,our PCOC we get to show proof for doing the boater's course PLUS Transport Canada pleasure craft registration authorization. It's free (at least it was when I did mine in 2019),download and printable from the TC website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rick_iles View Post
    It was in effect long before that…

    https://tc.canada.ca/en/marine-trans...-craft-licence
    If you read what you posted, it clearly states that renewals will become available in the future, go to section 106 on transport canada, about boat licensing, the date is there, 2021/12/09

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdog View Post
    If you read what you posted, it clearly states that renewals will become available in the future, go to section 106 on transport canada, about boat licensing, the date is there, 2021/12/09
    From Small Vessel Regulations

    Period of Validity of Licences

    106 A pleasure craft licence is valid for a period of 10 years beginning on the day on which it is issued, transferred or renewed.

    SOR/2018-102, s. 1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    Not a lot of people realize that we need to carry TWO cards on the boat ready for inspection by Police,CO,Fisheries Officers or Coast Guard Auxiliary,our PCOC we get to show proof for doing the boater's course PLUS Transport Canada pleasure craft registration authorization. It's free (at least it was when I did mine in 2019),download and printable from the TC website.
    Canadian Coast Guard has zero law enforcement powers and the auxiliary has even less, since they are made up of volunteers.
    Although care has been taken in preparing the information contained in the above post, the author does not and cannot guarantee its accuracy. All rights reserved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick_iles View Post
    From Small Vessel Regulations

    Period of Validity of Licences

    106 A pleasure craft licence is valid for a period of 10 years beginning on the day on which it is issued, transferred or renewed.

    SOR/2018-102, s. 1.
    Ok, now go back to where you got that from, click on the blue writing below that, that's says "previous version" and post that part of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdog View Post
    Ok, now go back to where you got that from, click on the blue writing below that, that's says "previous version" and post that part of it
    I received a notice from Transport Canada in April 20, that my licence was expiring, and to renew it. I renewed in April 2020.
    Still have the confirmation email from Transport Canada…
    The new version dates do not mean the Regs have changed. I don’t know what you are getting at…
    Last edited by rick_iles; December 18th, 2021 at 08:41 PM.
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    I've had the same boat same since 2005, live at the same address since 1989 and haven't heard nothing, I went online transport canada to check this out, and that's where I found the date that I posted, did you see that date in the previous version I mentioned?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdog View Post
    I've had the same boat same since 2005, live at the same address since 1989 and haven't heard nothing, I went online transport canada to check this out, and that's where I found the date that I posted, did you see that date in the previous version I mentioned?
    From BoaterExam site..

    BOAT REGISTRATION PROCESS IN ONTARIO
    March 1, 2020
    Licensing Your Boat
    Unlike the boat license that you keep in your wallet, a Pleasure Craft License is the set of ID numbers displayed on your boat which can be used by Search and Rescue personnel to identify your vessel. A Pleasure Craft License is different than a Vessel Registration, which provides proof of ownership (legal title), a unique name and official number for your boat and the right to use your boat as security for a marine mortgage.

    The Small Vessel Regulations require that all pleasure craft of all sizes equipped with one or more primary propulsion motors of 10 hp (7.5 KW) or more must be licensed, unless they are registered. The regulation applies to all boats mostly operated or kept in Canada. You can obtain a 10 year license for free from Service Canada. You must renew the license after the 10 year period has expired. If your boat is already licensed, you should make sure that it is in your name and that your contact information is up-to-date. Renewal of your address or contact information does not qualify as a renewal of your pleasure craft license.


    The version dates do not mean there were Reg. changes…
    Last edited by rick_iles; December 18th, 2021 at 08:49 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdog View Post
    I've had the same boat same since 2005, live at the same address since 1989 and haven't heard nothing, I went online transport canada to check this out, and that's where I found the date that I posted, did you see that date in the previous version I mentioned?
    Do you have a licence, or just registration…..two different things.
    BTW, Transport Canada is considering charging a fee for Licensing and renewals…go figure…
    Last edited by rick_iles; December 18th, 2021 at 09:02 PM.
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    I have both

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