Get Canadian driver’s licence produced with same quality like the original document online. Validation period 5 years. In Canada, driver’s licenses are issued by the government of the province or territory in which the driver is residing. All provinces have provisions allowing non-residents to use licenses issued by other provinces and territories, out-of-country licenses, and International Driving Permits. Canadian driver’s licenses are also valid in many other countries due to various international agreements and treaties.
Canada’s driving age is determined on a province-by-province basis. The age to begin learning is 16 in most provinces. The provinces use a GDL (Graduated Driver Licensing) system for a standard car and light-truck licence to ensure the proficiency of drivers.