To qualify as antiques up here, the firearm needs to be manufactured before December 31,1897. It also can not be on the short list of "no go" cartridges ( includes .45 LC, 44-40, 38-40, etc.). That's for a revolver. So my original S&W #3 in .44 Russian qualifies as antique. Your SAA in 44-40 doesn't. For the shotgun, about the only guage that would qualify is 28 guage. All others are "no go". For the rifle, anything with a magazine is NOT an antique no matter when it was made. So single shot only, and in about .40 cal or larger ( not dead sure on the caliber but big is ok). Welcome to Canadian firearm laws. Get ahold of the club, and there will be someone ready to cheerfully loan you guns. Bring your own gunleather & shotshell belt. If you ever get to Ontario, I'll loan you guns. Lord knows I've got enough to go around.