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The group for those who fly drones in the Canadian airspace.

Location: Canada
Members: 166
Latest Activity: May 29

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toronto company

Started by drone mogul May 26. 0 Replies

Has anyone here heard of deveron UAS based in toronto? i have been a long term believer & public shareholder  in this company, very impressive with what they have accomplished so far in the…Continue

Mapping visualization and article on the new Canadian drone rules

Started by Jeff LaPorte. Last reply by George Kelly May 5. 1 Reply

Hello all, new to the forum here :-)I'm a technologist and recreational pilot flying the DJI Phantom 3.I've just written a post on the effect of the new Canadian drone rules on recreational uses and…Continue

Tags: Montreal, Calgary, Toronto, Vancouver, regulation

NEW rules for recreational Drone operations in Canada

Started by Bertrand Duchiron. Last reply by George Kelly Mar 20. 1 Reply

Rules for recreational dronesIf you fly your drone for fun and it weighs more than 250 g and up to 35 kg, you do not need special permission from Transport Canada to fly.Follow the basic safety rules…Continue

Report a Drone incident - New tool from TC

Started by Bertrand Duchiron. Last reply by Thomas Stanley-Jones Dec 29, 2016. 4 Replies

If you are witness of a non regulatory use of a drone you can report it to TC.…Continue

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Comment by Jorell Arena on August 13, 2015 at 8:08pm
Hi I'm from Vancouver I'm new to drones. I wanted to know what's going on with FAA. Are they going to allow drones to fly now.

Cheers
jorell
Comment by Bertrand Duchiron on January 29, 2015 at 5:42pm

If you are a drone enthusiastic , an amateur,, a processional, a scientist or if you just have an interest in drone / UAV / RPAS, please consider to join Unmanned system Canada, it's the only one association that can promote and defend your right (present and future) to flight safely.

https://www.unmannedsystems.ca/

 
 
 

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