Transport Canada, further TC, considers a paramotor to be an ultralight aeroplane. As such, the paramotor has to be registered with TC, carry Certificate of Registration and have marks painted on the underside of the seat before it can be flown by anyone.
The above application procedure is complicated process if you are doing this for the first time. I can take care of the application process for you and act on your behalf with TC. My fee is $100 to complete the process or $50 if you purchased the paramotor from me. This is in addition to the $ 110 application fee that goes to TC.
Pease note that as of Nov 2017 the processing time is around 80 – 90 days – I assume PPG is gaining popularity and TC is swamped with new applications and associated paperwork.
If you want to buy a new a new paramotor that can be flown just after it was sold to you, you need to pay $ 300 more for a paramotor that I have already registered with TC that already has marks and Certificate of registration issued.
The above requires $ 110 TC fee paid once to register the paramotor to my company and then pay another $ 110 to TC to have the ownership changed to you. This process requires about 5 hours of paperwork on my part and you do not have to do anything.