Forests, Fish and Wildlife
Fishing and Hunting Licences - Purchase onlineThis secure online application is available to purchase angling and hunting licences (resident and non-resident) as well as a Wildlife Conservation Fund licence fee.
1. To purchase a fishing or hunting licence on-line you must have:
- Adobe Acrobat software installed
- Access to a printer (ink and paper)
- Visa or MasterCard
2. Create a Profile
To purchase a licence each person must set up an e-services profile with the Government of PEI with your own unique e-mail address. Your date of birth is a required field for this service.
Begin to create your profile
Personal information on this form is collected under section 11(1) of Prince Edward Island's Wildlife Conservation Act and will be used for the purpose of validating eligibility, user surveys, and summary statistics. If you have any questions about this collection of personal information, you may contact the Manager of Fish and Wildlife, 183 Upton Rd. (902) 368-4683.
3. Hunter Safety Training Requirements
To purchase a hunting licence, you must have proof that you have completed your hunter safety training or equivalent. You will be required to submit your hunter safety number.
For residents of PEI, the Hunter Safety number is found on your green card or orange wildlife card.
Non-residents must provide proof from jurisdiction of residence.
If you do not have proof, do not proceed, please contact:
Department of Communities, Land and Environment
Forests, Fish and Wildlife Division
183 Upton Road, PO Box 2000
Charlottetown, PEI C1A 7N8
Phone: (902) 368-4683
4. General Regulations, Seasons and Limits
Once you complete your purchase a valid licence will be sent to the email address provided in your e-Services profile. Please print and sign.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I buy a licence for another person?
No, each person requires a unique profile.
Who do I contact if I have problems?
Fish and Wildlife 1-866-368-4683
What happens if I enter false information?
People should be aware that making false statements, whether in person or on the Internet is a serious offence which may result in loss of privileges, fines etc.