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Does anybody know how?

I went over to Calgary and took a visit to the Tradesecrets office who said that I require a minimum 54 months and 6750 hours experience to swap my gas safe certificate without sitting an exam, with a fee. I was also told that I need to be living in the country to do this. However, without the Red Seal it is difficult to get a job in that field. Does anyone know if there is a sneaky way around this little problem?

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You do not need to be living in Canada to sit your Red Seal exam. The exam must be sat in Canada, and many tradespeople will come to Canada on a visitor's visa to sit the exam, but there is no requirement to be living in the country to do so.
 
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