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Let's talk drones (2017)

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This consultation has concluded.
Please visit https://letstalktransportation.ca/letstalkdrones to share your views.

Transport Canada is creating a safe environment where unmanned aircraft systems, more commonly known as drones, can continue to be flown, enjoyed and contribute to innovation while ensuring the success of this industry in Canada. This includes proposing new regulations for drones. Before these new regulations take flight and become law, we encourage Canadians to provide their feedback on Transport Canada’s approach to drones.

Transport Canada is seeking comments on the following topics:

  • Supporting safe drone operations
  • Tools fostering ongoing dialogue with the drone industry and stakeholders
  • Promoting Canadian drone innovation

This online discussion forum is an additional way for Transport Canada to hear from stakeholders outside of the official Canada Gazette regulatory process, and beyond the work of the Canadian Aviation Regulation Advisory Council (CARAC). To comment on the proposed regulations on drones, you can read about the proposed rules here, and submit your feedback in writing to carrac@tc.gc.ca.

Transport Canada also invites stakeholders and members of the public to discuss the drone regulatory proposal at regulatory engagement sessions being held across Canada.

Your feedback is important to us. The comments received during these consultations will allow us to better understand your point of view on drones. To participate:

  1. Read about the new proposed regulations
  2. Click on the Register button above to participate in the discussion forum

Transport Canada is creating a safe environment where unmanned aircraft systems, more commonly known as drones, can continue to be flown, enjoyed and contribute to innovation while ensuring the success of this industry in Canada. This includes proposing new regulations for drones. Before these new regulations take flight and become law, we encourage Canadians to provide their feedback on Transport Canada’s approach to drones.

Transport Canada is seeking comments on the following topics:

  • Supporting safe drone operations
  • Tools fostering ongoing dialogue with the drone industry and stakeholders
  • Promoting Canadian drone innovation

This online discussion forum is an additional way for Transport Canada to hear from stakeholders outside of the official Canada Gazette regulatory process, and beyond the work of the Canadian Aviation Regulation Advisory Council (CARAC). To comment on the proposed regulations on drones, you can read about the proposed rules here, and submit your feedback in writing to carrac@tc.gc.ca.

Transport Canada also invites stakeholders and members of the public to discuss the drone regulatory proposal at regulatory engagement sessions being held across Canada.

Your feedback is important to us. The comments received during these consultations will allow us to better understand your point of view on drones. To participate:

  1. Read about the new proposed regulations
  2. Click on the Register button above to participate in the discussion forum
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