Firearms Restrictions Guns in Canada Hunting Canada.........
Importation of the following goods into Canada is restricted. Make sure you have the information you require before attempting to import these items into Canada. Olive the Lake is not responsible for providing any such documentation - please refer to your local customs for the proper paperwork.
FIREARMS & WEAPONS
Canada ’s firearms legislation helps make the country safer for both residents and visitors. Before you attempt to import a firearm or weapon, contact the Canada Firearms Centre for information.
You must declare all weapons and firearms at the CBSA port of entry or they will be seized and you may be subject to arrest.
As a visitor, you may temporarily import restricted firearms and non-restricted firearms, such as pistols or revolvers, provided you get Form CAFC 679
Application for an Authorization to Transport Restricted Firearms and Prohibited Firearms in advance from a chief firearms officer of the province or territory to which you are importing a restricted firearm.
The following requirements apply to the importation of firearms and weapons:
As a seasonal resident, you may import restricted firearms but you must have a valid Possession and Acquisition Licence or a valid Firearms Acquisition Certificate, in addition to Form CAFC 679.
For more information on importing a firearm into Canada, ask for a copy of the publication called Importing a Firearm or Weapon Into Canada or call the BIS line at one of the numbers listed in the section called “Additional information.”
For more information about applying for a Canadian firearms licence or Form CAFC 679, contact:
Canada Firearms Centre