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A medical for the Private License must be taken from a
Transport Canada Approved Doctor. For the Recreational Permit, a medical
authorization from your family doctor will do. It is recommended that
the medical should be taken before your training begins to ascertain
you meet the medical standards. Your approved medical must be received
before your instructor can let you fly solo. If you wear glasses, take
a copy of your latest eyeglass prescription to the medical examiner.
NOTE: Please make sure that the name on your medical is EXACTLY the
same as on your birth certificate, passport or visa!
If you are from the Estevan area:
Dr. Tsoi 306-634-6444
If you are from other than the local area:
Go to this site on the internet to select the country
where you wish to get a Canadian Aviation Medical from your local doctor.
Next, you may select the city or all
to find where the nearest aviation medical examiner is practicing.
It is recommended that you do your Canadian Aviation Medical prior to
commencing training to ascertain you meet the medical standards. Once
completed, a medical certificate will be sent to your home address.
It may take 4 to 6 weeks to be processed. No solo flights will be authorized
until you have received your Aviation Medical Certificate.
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