C-61.1, r. 12 - Regulation respecting hunting

Full text
3.1. To obtain a hunter’s or trapper’s certificate, a person must
(1)  be a resident;
(2)  be 12 years of age or more;
(3)  provide his or her name, address and date of birth;
(4)  take the course or courses relating to the certificate applied for, namely,
(a)  for a firearm handling certificate, the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) and the introduction to hunting with firearms;
(b)  for a bow handling certificate, the introduction to hunting with a bow;
(c)  for a crossbow handling certificate, the introduction to hunting with a crossbow; and
(d)  for a fur-bearing animal trapping certificate, the course on trapping and management of fur-bearing animals; and
(5)  hold an attestation or certificate confirming successful completion of the exam or exams relating to the courses required to obtain the certificate applied for.
A Canadian citizen who is a resident at the time of making an application may obtain a hunter’s firearm handling certificate without satisfying the conditions of subparagraphs 4 and 5 of the first paragraph on the condition that a certificate or equivalent proof of competence issued by a Canadian province or territory is provided.
M.O. 2010-042, s. 2; 2020-03-18M.O. 2020-03-18, s. 1.
3.1. To obtain a hunter’s or trapper’s certificate, a person must
(1)  be a resident;
(2)  be 12 years of age or more;
(3)  provide his or her name, address and date of birth;
(4)  take the course on the handling of the weapon in respect of which the certificate is applied for or on the trapping and management of fur-bearing animals; and
(5)  pass the examination corresponding to the course taken and hold an attestation to that effect.
M.O. 2010-042, s. 2.