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November 16th, 2020
November 16th, 2020

Changes Under Consideration to Pleasure Craft Licensing Program and the Pleasure Craft Operator Competency Program

From: CMAC Secretariat
Date: Mon, 16 Nov 2020
Subject: Transport Canada´s Office of Boating Safety launches public consultation for pleasure craft
 
Transport Canada (TC) Office of Boating Safety (OBS) wants to hear from stakeholders, especially those with a particular interest in pleasure craft, on the changes under consideration to the Pleasure Craft Licensing Program and the Pleasure Craft Operator Competency Program.
 
How can you participate?
 
TC is inviting membe...


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