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17 September 2021

TSB deploys team to aircraft accident near Sundridge airport, Ontario

13 September 2021

TSB deploys team of investigators to the Mauricie region of Quebec following aircraft collision with trees

9 September 2021

Investigation report: Loss of control and collision with terrain at Ottawa/Carp Airport, Ontario, in February 2021


Loss of control and collision with terrain, Privately registered, Blackshape S.P.A. Prime BS100, C-GPOT, Ottawa/Carp Airport, Ontario, 10 February 2021
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Loss of control and collision with terrain, Wag-A-Bond (amateur-built aircraft), C-GKGX, Barron Lake, Gore, Quebec, 03 March 2021
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Main-track train derailment, Canadian Pacific Railway, Train 201-27, Mile 7.52, Leduc Subdivision, Blackfalds, Alberta, 27 September 2019
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Crew fall overboard after workboat struck by mooring line, Unregistered workboat belonging to the bulk carrier Manitoulin, St. Clair River, near Sombra, Ontario, 12 May 2020
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Runway excursion, WestJet Encore Ltd., De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Ltd. DHC-8-402, C-FKWE, Terrace Airport, British Columbia, 31 January 2020
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Collision with power lines, Apex Helicopters, Robinson R44 Helicopter, Brantford, Ontario
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Dual engine shutdown on touchdown, Air Baltic Corporation AS, Airbus A220-300, Copenhagen/Kastrup Airport, Denmark, 11 July 2021
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Investigation update notice (investigation A21W0045): Collision with terrain, Yellowhead Helicopters, Bell 212, Evansburg, Alberta, 28 June 2021
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Investigation update notice (investigation R21V0118): Main-track train derailment, Canadian National, Mile 547.0, Chetwynd Subdivision, North of Anzac, British Columbia, 3 June 2021
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Investigation update notice (investigation A19P0142): Collision with terrain, Bell 206B, Campbell River, British Columbia, 24 September 2019
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