The age requirements for obtaining a full driver’s license (such as a G or Class 5 license) in Canada vary by province or territory. In most provinces, you can apply for a full license once you’ve held your learner’s permit for a specific period (often around 12-24 months) and have met the necessary training and testing requirements. The minimum age to apply for a full license typically ranges from 18 to 19 years old, but it can be different in each region.

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