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|Annual Council of Ministers responsible for Transportation and Highway Safety||
Federal, provincial and territorial Ministers responsible for Transportation and Highway Safety.
Vehicles that drive in the dark with no lights on, also known as 'phantom vehicles', pose a safety risk as they are difficult to see in low-light conditions.
|B-roll of the National Aerial Surveillance Program||
A video of Transport Canada's National Aerial Surveillance Program.
|It's not a game||
Flying your drone near a plane is not a game – it's illegal, and puts the lives of every person on board at risk.
|Drones over 35 kilograms, you need permission to fly!||
Flying a drone isn't just fun and games. You may need permission from Transport Canada
|'Tis the season of drones!||
Many people will receive drones over the holidays this year. But before enjoying their gift, new users should learn how to fly them safely and legally.
|Curious drone? Privacy and trespassing||
If you're using a drone in your backyard, avoid flying over private properties or taking photos or videos without permission.
|Reporting drone mischief||
Drone users can't fly wherever they like. If you think someone has committed a crime or breached your privacy, report it to your local police department right away.
|B-roll of the Federal, Provincial, Territorial Transportation and Highway Safety Minister's meeting in Ottawa on January 28, 2016||
Minister Garneau and his Provincial and Territorial counterparts are meeting today to discuss our transportation system.
|Transport Canada uncovers potential dangerous defect in Toyota RAV4||
Transport Canada research engineers and investigators have uncovered a potentially dangerous defect in 2006 to 2012 Toyota RAV4 models.