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There is a reciprocal agreement between the United States and Canada that allows us to operate in each other's country without any licensing or notification requirement whatsoever.

John and I wanted to see if we could get our Canadian licenses anyway. We made arrangements to take the test in Kingston, Ontario a couple of months before the trip. Our Canadian VE, Bernard Bardsall, VE2NB, administered the tests from his home. First you are given a basic exam followed by 12 wpm code test and then the Advanced exam. Much to our surprise, we passed. About a month later our licenses came in the mail. We registered our station location as Sept-iles so we would be issued VE2 calls.

VE License Certificate of proficiency in amateur radio.
VE License 2 Radio Station License.
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