The steps to upgrade from a learner’s permit to a full driver’s license can vary by province or territory in Canada, but the general process typically involves the following:

a. Hold your learner’s permit for the required period (usually 12-24 months).

b. Complete any mandatory driver education courses or training sessions, if applicable.

c. Pass a road test (G2 or G test) to demonstrate your driving skills and knowledge of road rules.

d. Pay the necessary fees for your full driver’s license.

e. Once you’ve met these requirements, you’ll receive your full driver’s license, which may have certain conditions for new drivers, such as graduated licensing restrictions.

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