Canada Stories August 28

A man in Canada was charged after he was seen flying his drone at a fatal crash scene in Ontario, Canada back in the beginning of April. The drone was flying alongside the ambulance as it was rushing the victim to the hospital.

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Canada Stories August 24

Aerodyne Group’s US headquarters, Aerodyne Measure, has partnered with The Sky Guys to bring AI-backed drone inspections to Canada. The partnership will enable Aerodyne Group to solidify its position within North America.

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Canada Stories June 12

Four people have been charged after trying to fly a drone into Collins Bay Institution in Kingston, Ontario, to get contraband into the prison. The drone was flying a package into the prison carrying what is believed to be weapons, tobacco, and cannabis.

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Canada Stories June 10

A Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) drone collided with an RCMP helicopter in British Columbia, Canada back on February 6th. The collision resulted in the drone being destroyed, and the helicopter suffered a small amount of damage to the main rotor.

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Canada Stories April 23

Drone Delivery Canada (DDC) has been awarded its second US patent for its proprietary drone delivery technology. The United States Patent Office granted DDC’s latest Patent 10,625,879, which concerns the company’s take-off and landing technology.

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Canada Stories March 18

Drone Delivery Canada statement regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Drone Delivery Canada Corp. (TSXV:FLT)(OTC:TAKOF)(Frankfurt: ABB) (the “Company” or “DDC“) would like to reassure our stakeholders that even before COVID-19, we have had in place robust health, safety and security protocols. We remain diligent and we are following all recommendations from Health Canada sources as Canada deals with COVID-19. The Company’s business operations remain ongoing.

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