I've been looking into FM transmitters, and I've found one that I think I may use. The transmitter is based off of the KT0803L integrated circuit (http://radio-z.ucoz.lv/kt_0803/KT0803L_V1.3.pdf). The maximum dBµV, as stated in the document, is 113 dBµV, (the minimum is 96 dBµV, typical is 103 dBµV).
(From: https://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/smt-gst.nsf/eng/sf02087.html#q4) In Canada, low power FM transmitters that produce a field strength of under 100μV/m @ 30 meters can be operated legally without license, as long as they comply to Broadcasting Equipment Technical Standards 1. I've read some of the specifications of the KT0803L, but I've found no specific dBµV/m listing in the document, nor a transmit power rating in watts. I'm also not quite sure how to calculate these using the information given. I could also modify the antenna, if it means it would comply with the standards.
Is it likely that I would be able to use this transmitter legally, and without a license in Canada? And, if possible to find, what are the field strength levels (preferably in dBµV/m, at a certain distance) that this transmitter produces?