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Group of hunters with 2 caribous that have just been hunted
 

Information on Hunting Licenses, Bow Hunting and Fishing

 

 

Information on Firearms

 

FIREARMS DECLARATION 

To enter Canada, you will need a valid passport. It is also important that you make sure there is nothing in your past that may not allow you to cross into Canada such as a DWI conviction or any other criminal offense.

Bringing a hunting rifle in Quebec is quite simple contrary to what some of you might think. 

You can download the necessary documents by clicking on the link below. It will lead you directly to the Canada Firearms Centre website. Once you have downloaded the PDF document, make sure you print and complete three copies.

Firearm declaration form 
http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/form-formulaire/pdfs/909.pdf

The CBP 4457 form (Certificate of registration for personal effects taken abroad)

 US Customs requires that you list you private belongings that you plan to bring to Canada on your trip and therefore make it much simpler on your way back to identify your personal items from those which might have been purchased in Canada; You can either stop at the US border office before crossing into Canada, get it at the airport before boarding your flight or download it from the web at:

 http://forms.cbp.gov/pdf/CBP_Form_4457.pdf

 License costs:

Species

License Fee (non-resident)

Caribou

$355.00 CDN (tags for 2 animals)

Black Bear

$160.00

Small Game (Ptarmigan)

$86.00

Fishing, general (seasonal)

$65.00

Fishing, general 7 days

$45.00

Fishing, general (catch & release)

$16.00

Atlantic Salmon (seasonal)

$135.00

Atlantic Salmon (catch & release)

$16.00