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    Craig

    Braig is a freelance writer and videographer in Gull Lake, Saskatchewan. After spending several years working in the newspaper industry, he decided to make the leap to working from home and has been loving it ever since. When he isn't working at home, he is spending time with his wife Layla and their two dogs Niko and Boromir, reading, flying his drone and checking out the local landscape of the southwest.

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  • Come to Canada: We Love Drone Businesses Here

    Come to Canada: We Love Drone Businesses Here0

    Canada is proving to be a great location for drone businesses. So great that even companies like Amazon (the online retailer) are using Canada as a testing ground for their revolutionary drone-delivery services. Why? Canada has much looser laws in place for drone use (although Transport Canada is working on new regulations), low population densities,

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  • Why I Started a Drone Festival in a Tiny Prairie Town

    Why I Started a Drone Festival in a Tiny Prairie Town0

    One of the most common questions I get asked these days is why create DroneFest? Why would you go through the work of creating a drone festival in such a rural area of Canada? For those who don’t know where our drone festival is being hosted, it’s in the province of Saskatchewan, 20 kilometres (12.4

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  • Drones In My Business: An Aerial Videographer’s Story

    Drones In My Business: An Aerial Videographer’s Story0

    As a videographer, I greeted the news of drones becoming consumer products with enthusiasm. Previously, if I wanted to get great aerial shots, I needed to find someone who could film from the air, I needed a crane camera, or I would have to go up in an ultra-light and film myself. As someone who

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  • Know if You’re Breaking Transport Canada Drone Regs

    Know if You’re Breaking Transport Canada Drone Regs0

    Drones, as every knows from YouTube, are becoming more and more popular. Canada’s governing agency for anything that flies, drives or floats, is seeing that trend reflected in the registration of Special Flight Operation Certificates (SFOCs). In an interview last week with Transport Canada, which has been governing unmanned aircraft since 1996, they stated that

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