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|Mrs. Claus and Santa are cleared to be in Canadian airspace!||
For the first time in Transport Canada history, Mrs. Claus calls Minister Garneau to obtain permission to fly in Canadian airspace alongside Santa!
Mrs. Claus has been training all year to become a pilot to help address the pilot shortage issue across the globe.
|Minister Garneau – Let's Talk Transportation.ca||Minister Garneau invites you to have to have your say about transportation issues.||0:16||Transport||2018-09-05|
|Rail Safety Improvement Program||This year, the Government of Canada is investing over $20 million to improve railway safety.||0:29||Rail||2018-08-02|
|Video message from Parliamentary Secretary McCrimmon on International Women's Day||
Video message from Karen McCrimmon, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Transport, on International Women's Day.
|Minister Garneau highlights the roles women play in Canada's transportation system||
Minister Garneau highlights the roles women play in Canada's transportation system.
|Transport Canada explores drone technology for use in the Canadian Arctic||
Transport Canada is exploring drone technology for surveillance in Northern Canada. Drone trials began in June 2017 and will go on until March 31, 2019.
|Minister Garneau helps Prime Minister Trudeau track Santa||
Minister Garneau helps Prime Minister Trudeau track Santa who is not answering his phone. Minister Garneau reminds you to drive distracted-free this holiday season.
|Port State Control – Safe and Sustainable from Port to Port||
Since the mid-nineteen seventies, the world's port state regimes have worked together to ensure safety of life, protection of the marine environment, and decent living and working conditions for seafarers.
|Santa is fit to fly and ready for take-off||
Minister Garneau meets with Santa and confirms that he has successfully renewed his pilot license and passed his annual medical examination.
|Transport Canada celebrates 80 years of leadership in transportation||
Proud of our past. Building our tomorrow.
|May the 4th end laser strikes||
In honour of Star Wars Day (May 4th), Transport Canada is calling out to all Canadians to put an end to laser strikes.
Download video: May the 4th end laser strikes (.mp4, 35.4 MB)
|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.
|Rail Grade Crossing||New Grade Crossing Regulations.||1:34||Rail||2016-02-05|
|Minister Garneau speaks about his meeting with Provincial and Territorial Ministers Responsible for Transportation and Highway Safety||
Excerpt from the speech of the Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport, during the January 28, 2016 news conference following the Council of Ministers.
In a time of new discoveries, the skies are filled with drones. One department will step up and try to restore understanding across the galaxy.
|Minister of Transport congratulates Bombardier on the certification of its C Series aircraft||
Excerpt from the speech of the Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport, during the December 18th 2015 news conference at the Bombardier Mirabel Facility.
|World-Class Tanker Safety - Surveillance and Monitoring||
Canadian authorities keep a close watch on ships moving through our waters.
|World-Class Tanker Safety - Incident Command System||
The Canadian Coast Guard plays a critical role when incidents happen at sea.
|World-Class Tanker Safety - Pilotage||
To protect Canada's waters, tankers like this are controlled by local marine pilots when navigating ports or straits.
|World-Class Tanker Safety - Tanker Inspection||
Regular inspections are essential to keeping our waters safe—making sure tankers like this comply with Canadian and International laws and regulations.
|World-Class Tanker Safety - Behind The Scenes||
Canada has one of the safest marine tanker systems in the world. New measures will ensure it stays that way. What makes our system safe? Let's take a look... behind the scenes.