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Lost or Replacement PCOC Cards
If you received your card before 1999, order here
Replacement Costs (Plus applicable HST or GST)

Normal delivery may take 2 to 4 weeks

  • $20.00
  • $10.00 CPS discount for active CPS member (CPS PCOC only)
  • $20.00 extra Select Express Post for 3 to 5 business days print and delivery
  • $5.00 extra service fee for phone orders
  • Multiple cards per person discounts (2 cards, 25%; 3 cards, 40%; 4+ cards, 50%)
  • See Note 2
Orders by Phone (Note 1) or by Mail
To locate your file we will need your:
  • Name and date of birth
  • Address
  • Phone number
  • Card or certificate number, if you know it
  • Membership number, if you are a member of CPS
By phone, call the office at 1-888-CPS-BOAT. Have Visa or Mastercard ready to provide to the agent.
*Note 1: A surcharge of $5.00 applies on all PCOC orders by phone. Please order online; it is more efficient.
By mail, please include a cheque issued to the order of Canadian Power & Sail Squadrons.
If we cannot find your PCOC record, you have not written your test with Canadian Power & Sail Squadrons or Canadian Red Cross. Please contact your provider for a card replacement or you can re-write the test with CPS.
**Note 2: Your online order will be refunded less $5.00 record search fee. Please ensure that you order from the correct PCOC provider.
If we cannot find your ROC(M) record you will have to contact Industry Canada to see if they have your record.

Other provider issued PCOC

  • If you did not obtain your card from CPS or Red Cross, please contact your provider.
  • If you do not know your provider, please contact Transport Canada - Office of Boating Safety at 1-800-267-6687.
  • If your card was issued by a provider that no longer exists Transport Canada will provide you a proof of completion that you can present back to another PCOC provider. CPS will not issue a PCOC on behalf of other providers because CPS' PCOC course and exam have a Canadian and USA accreditation, and is the result of a 50 question test instead of the 36 as required by the Canadian accreditation.

ROC(M) [Maritime Radio Restricted Operator Certificate]
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