Canadian SFOCs

I am new to this forum, and have just posted about the FAA practice test to receive a license under part 107. 

In Canada, we do not have such a system as of yet. I struggled for a while to receive an SFOC and spent considerable time going back and forth with Transport Canada in B.C. After a while, I simply gave up and hired to do it for me. 

I wonder when Canada will follow the United States footsteps. Any ideas? I am thinking late next year. Would be nice if all regions were the same application process though. Currently have one waiting for the PNR for summer vacations.  

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  • Hi Thomas,

    iirc Canada is revamping regulations in December

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