Fishing, Hunting & Firearms Restrictions
Separate Licenses are required for salt and freshwater sport fishing
Firearms in Canada
You must be at least 18 years of age to bring a firearm into Canada, and you must declare each firearm you are bringing into Canada. As a visitor, you must comply with the Canadian Storage, Display, Transportation and Handling of Firearms by Individuals Regulations.
To enter Canada with a restricted firearm, individuals must obtain an Authorization to Transport (ATT) from a provincial or territorial Chief Firearms Officer (CDO) before arriving at the border.
For further information regarding the transportation of firearms in Canada, please contact the Canadian Firearms Centre Toll Free: 1-800-731-4000 from anywhere in Canada or the US, or 506-624-5380 from any other locations, or visit the webpage at www.cfc-cafc.gc.ca
REVOLVERS, PISTOLS AND FULL AUTOMATIC FIREARMS ARE PROHIBITED ENTRY INTO CANADA.
Contact Canada Customs or RCMP for details before bringing firearms into Canada
Hunters can obtain provincial licensing details from the Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection offices, government agents or any authorized licensing office. All hunters should carry a current copy of the BC Hunting and Trapping Regulations synopsis
A BC hunting license does not give authority to carry a firearm.
Ministry of Environment
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Northern Rockies Alaska Highway Tourism Association
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Toll Free: (within North America) 1-888-785-2544
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