2018 Permit Information

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2018 Online Only Initiative

All permits will be sold online only. This initiative will ensure that all relevant information is provided to the Ministry of Transportation. It will also relieve the burden placed on our volunteers and permit vendors, both of whom spent countless hours doing paperwork, reconciliation and data entry in order to ensure that everything was properly documented.  Click here for more information and instructions regarding online permit purchases.

If anyone needs any assistance with his or her online purchase, please call Nadene at 705-761-3549.

2018 Season Permit Prices

Seasonal permits $TBA, Classic permits $TBA

All snowmobiles that are model years 1999 and older are eligible for the Classic permit.

 

2018 Multi Day Permits 

Multi-day permits were introduced last year and replace the old three and seven day permits. These permits are available online and this is how they work:

A permit is purchased for a minimum of two consecutive days up to a maximum of seven consecutive days for $35 a day. Multi day permits can be purchased as many times as necessary during the season. If at any time a individual decides that he or she wants to purchase a full season permit, the price paid for the most recent multi day permit can be applied to the cost of a full season permit.

Multi day permits are printed on a local printer and will need to be affixed to the sled in a manner similar to that of a “Try Our Trails” permit.

 

Replacement Permit Information

Replacement Permits are available online only.  Click here for more details and a downloadable replacement/transfer form.

If you do not have your original permit consumers must first file a police report.

Lost Permits – Online Reporting

In order to get a replacement permit, consumers must first file a police report.
The Ontario Provincial Police have an online reporting system which will assist permit buyers in reporting a lost or stolen permit. There are some exceptions to this as the individual filing the complaint must reside within an OPP jurisdiction.
The reporting site is very self explanatory and helpful when explaining the process to anyone looking to get a replacement permit.

Permit Transfers – click here for more information and a downloadable replacement/transfer form.

OPP Online Reporting System

Note: Users of the site will be prompted to enter their city and select it from a map. If they do not fall within OPP jurisdiction, the site provides them with the name of their local police department. Also, the site is not compatible with mobile devices such as phone or tablets.