TC Looking to Repeal Provision for Rental Boat Safety Checklist as Bring Accepted as Proof of Competency

Tuesday Dec 01, 2020

Author: NOTO

TC Looking to Repeal Provision for Rental Boat Safety Checklist as Bring Accepted as Proof of Competency

Transport Canada is inviting stakeholders of the boating community to provide feedback on the proposed changes to the Pleasure Craft Licensing and the Pleasure Craft Operator Competency Programs. The recommended changes are listed below.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Within these changes, TC is looking at repealing the provision for the Rental Boat Safety Checklist as being accepted as proof of competency. This would not be good for our industry. We highly recommend all operators submit comments by clicking on the button below. This forum will remain open until January 15th.

TC is considering changes to the Pleasure Craft Licensing Program through the following regulatory amendments to the Small Vessel Regulations (SVR):

TC is considering changes to the Pleasure Craft Operator Competency Program through amendments to the Competency Operator Pleasure Craft Regulations (COPCRs). The proposed changes include:


Click here to submit your comment.


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