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Drones, unmanned air vehicles, model aircraft, remotely piloted aircraft systems
| Fly in an appropriate/designated area and always consider safety protocols and pre-flight testing. It's important for your safety, public safety and critical for the future of our hobby more than you may know. If you want to use our products for commercial use, please check/register with Transport Canada and obey all laws at all time. MACC membership is a good bases to have, obey the 300 feet max altitude, do not fly above people, houses, cars, pets,... common sense around roads and of course stay away of "real" air traffic and airports area.
For commercial use you need an SFOC (Special Flight Operation Certificate) to legally operate.
Not complying to the above may result in a fine to pay and equipment seizure. Plus these rules are really there to make sure you have a good judgment operation your craft and that you will never expose the general public to the risks associated to operating this type of crafts.
Be Safe, Be smart and keep having fun!
Also a great article with frequently Asked Questions can be found here
Date: 6 November 2014
Subject: Simplification of UAS Rules – A Great Step Forward
On Wednesday November 5, during the 12th Annual Conference of Unmanned Systems Canada, Transport Canada’s Director General for Civil Aviation, Mr. Martin J. Eley, described the upcoming steps in the evolution of the regulatory framework for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in Canada. The new approach has three components: a) improved guidance material for all operators; b) exemptions from the Special Flight Operations Certificate (SFOC) for simplistic, lower risk, unmanned aircraft that do not to exceed 25kg.; and c) more stringent regulations for more complex operations. These changes are seen by Unmanned Systems Canada as a very positive move, balancing safety with practicality and owner responsibility. Details are outlined in the Transport Canada
Media release. English: http://news.gc.ca/web/article-en.do?nid=900449
“This approach will dramatically improve the ability for Canadian business to safely make use of this extremely capable technology while substantially reducing the time it takes to get authorizations for more complex operations”, said Mr. Stewart Baillie, Chairman of Unmanned Systems Canada. “Coupled with the safety awareness campaign announced two weeks ago, I believe that Canada now has one of the most effective and progressive UAS regulatory framework in the world”.