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New federal drone-flying rules get thumbs-up on the ground

WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES</p><p>Transport Canada enacted the new measures because the number of incidents in the sky involving recreational drones has tripled since 2014, with almost 100 incidents of unsafe practices in 2015 alone.</p>

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Transport Canada enacted the new measures because the number of incidents in the sky involving recreational drones has tripled since 2014, with almost 100 incidents of unsafe practices in 2015 alone.

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