Canada

 

You are welcome with your UAV in Canada

 

UAV rules juni 1, 2019:

 

Maximum take-off weight: 250 gr - 25 kilo you must have a UAV pilot Certificate

Maximum hight: 122 meters / 400 ft

Maximum horizontal distance:  500 meters / 1,640 ft,  and keep the UAV in visual sight. 

Maximum speed: 

Tag: Your UAV must be tagged with your name, adress, telephone number

Minimum age: 18 years

Insurance: Not known

Distance Airports: 5.6 km / 3 mi.

Heliports: 1.9 km / 1 mi.

Night flights:  Prohibited

Prohibited: not above people, rescue workers, emergency operations, animals, buildings, railways, waterways, beaches, National Parks, concerts,  

                    parades, forest fires.  Pilot may not be in a moving vehicle.

 

If you have a UAV between 250 g and 25 kg you must get a UAV Pilot Certificate.

More info about this, click here  

 

Useful link: Canada UAV rules: PDF document

                     More about the rules: Click here.

 

Contact information: carlosn@acivil.gov.cv / +238 260 3430

                                     services@tc.gc.ca / +1 800 305 2059

 

Use full map with No-Fly-Zones in Canada: Click here

 

 

Both pictures  (of Morraine Lake and Peyto Lake) can't be shot now because they are in a National Park, and flying drones in a National Park is prohibited!

 

More info about drones and National Parks you can find here.