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Modernizing the Canadian Aviation Regulations

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Transport Canada is conducting a regulatory review to modernize the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs). This work aims to make the CARs more agile, coherent and risk based in an effort to better meet the aviation sector’s needs and support the Department’s mission to promote a safe and secure, efficient and environmentally responsible transportation system in Canada.

The review includes updating and improving the Canadian Aviation Regulations to:

  • strengthen safety

  • better support innovation and economic growth in Canada

We want your input to help inform the review process and make the Canadian Aviation Regulations more flexible for your day-to-day operation within Canada’s aviation system, while maintaining a high level of safety.


How to participate

Join the discussion forum in one of three ways:

  • Join the discussion about a specific question by visiting the open consultations listed on the right side bar
  • Through the “Join the Conversation” tab below
  • Provide input at any time by sending an email to the Aviation Safety Regulatory Review Team at TC.CARReview-ExamenduRAC.TC@tc.gc.ca

We encourage you to share your views. Participating will help shape the Canadian Aviation Regulations for the future.

Transport Canada is conducting a regulatory review to modernize the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs). This work aims to make the CARs more agile, coherent and risk based in an effort to better meet the aviation sector’s needs and support the Department’s mission to promote a safe and secure, efficient and environmentally responsible transportation system in Canada.

The review includes updating and improving the Canadian Aviation Regulations to:

  • strengthen safety

  • better support innovation and economic growth in Canada

We want your input to help inform the review process and make the Canadian Aviation Regulations more flexible for your day-to-day operation within Canada’s aviation system, while maintaining a high level of safety.


How to participate

Join the discussion forum in one of three ways:

  • Join the discussion about a specific question by visiting the open consultations listed on the right side bar
  • Through the “Join the Conversation” tab below
  • Provide input at any time by sending an email to the Aviation Safety Regulatory Review Team at TC.CARReview-ExamenduRAC.TC@tc.gc.ca

We encourage you to share your views. Participating will help shape the Canadian Aviation Regulations for the future.

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