In Canada, driver's licenses are issued by the government of the province in which the driver resides. Thus, specific regulations relating to driver's licenses vary province to province, though overall they are quite similar. All provinces have provisions allowing non-residents to use licenses issued by other provinces and International Driving Permits.

The regulation looks for at least a match to at least one of the following content blades:

  • Alberta Drivers Licence

  • British Columbia Drivers Licence

  • Manitoba Drivers Licence

  • New Brunswick Drivers Licence

  • Newfoundland and Labrador Drivers Licence

  • Nova Scotia Drivers Licence

    License pattern rules: 5 letters followed by 9 digits

  • Ontario Drivers Licence

  • Prince Edward Island Drivers Licence

  • Quebec Drivers Licence

  • Saskatchewan Drivers Licence