Fly a single-engine aircraft (Cessna 150-172, Piper PA28, etc.) or ultralight aircraft as pilot-in-command in visual flight conditions (VFR – Visual Flight Rules) day and night that can carry a maximum of 9 passengers . The commercial pilot can receive remuneration for his services.
Minimum hours of training according to Transport Canada:
PPL prerequisites and 18 years old
200 total flight hours (including PPL), including:
100 hours as captain (including PPL PIC hours)
20 hours of navigation (including PPL)