Specifically if I visit a doctor in Canada who is not a CAME for my regular aviation medical, do I have to tell him/her that I have a pilot's licence?
You can imagine why I'm asking. I just explained to someone that I'm supposed to mention this to any doctor I see. However, it's been ages since I've flown and I would no longer do this as I haven't even kept my medical up to date.
I've just searched the CARS and can't find any reference to this being a law. Is it possible I was told this by mistake, or as something that's just recommended? I do recall doing this once or twice and the doctor didn't just pat me on the back and say "good for you". He nodded and just acted like it was a normal thing to be told.
Not sure what tags are available, but I'm interested in answers from other countries as well.