Hunting and Firearms Safety Courses

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What do I need to hunt on PEI?

In order to hunt legally on PEI, you must have a valid hunting license and the Wildlife Conservation Fund fee. Most people also require:

  • Firearms Safety Course
  • Hunter Safety Course
  • and/or a Bow Hunting Safety Course.

How do I take a Hunter Education course?

For 2018-19, the province is offering a complimentary PEI Hunting Licence and Wildlife Conservation Fund fee to all NEW resident hunters who successfully complete the The Hunter Education program listed below.

The Hunter Safety eduction program has two components.

1. You must successfully complete the online component which can be accessed at Hunter Course. For 2018-19, this component of the Hunter Safety Course is being offered free of charge to residents of PEI free. However, before you register on the site you must call (902) 368-6080 to get an access code for the on-line component.

2. After successfully completing the on-line component, the site will issue a Field Day Voucher to you. This voucher enables you to participate in a field day where you will receive extra training and the instructor will confirm your knowledge and understanding of the on-line course materials. When you receive your voucher, call (902) 368-5275 to confirm your attendance for the field day.

Upon completion, the student will receive an updated Prince Edward Island Wildlife Card, a complementary 2018-19 WCF and 2018-19 PEI Hunting Licence.

What do I need to purchase firearms or ammunition?

In order to legally purchase firearms and ammunition you must have a Possession Acquisition Licence (PAL) . You can get you PAL by successfully completing the Firearms Safety Course.

Where can I take the Firearms Safety Course?

In order to take a Firearms Safety course, you must first register at an Access PEI Office and pay the $60 registration fee. Courses are ongoing and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. When space becomes available you will be notified.

Students are required to use the Canadian Firearms Safety Course manual (17.0M).

Can I challenge the firearms course?

No. Under federal legislation everyone seeking to obtain their PAL must take and pass the Firearms Safety Course.

Where can I get my PAL?

Possession Acquisition Licence (PAL) information, application forms and licence renewal can be found on the Firearms Licence Services (individuals) site.

Who do I contact if I lost my PAL?

If you lost your PAL or misplaced your completed Firearms Safety exam,  please contact the Firearms Office or call (902) 368-4585.

 

 

Date de publication : 
le 9 Juillet 2015
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Forests, Fish and Wildlife Division
J. Frank Gaudet Tree Nursery
183 Upton Road
Box 2000
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N8
Phone: (902) 368-6450
Fax: (902) 368-4713

khmayhew@gov.pe.ca