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4 May 2021

Unstable approach led to 2020 hard landing and rear fuselage strike in Schefferville, Quebec

29 April 2021

TSB deploys a team following a fatal helicopter accident near Resolute Bay, Nunavut

29 April 2021

Passenger ferry Deer Island Princess II made bottom contact near Letete, NB, as a result of safety management deficiencies


Hard landing and aft fuselage strike, Air Inuit Ltd., de Havilland DHC-8-314 (C-GXAI), Schefferville Airport, Quebec, 20 January 2020
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Bottom contact, Passenger ferry Deer Island Princess II, Little Letete Passage, New Brunswick, 02 February 2018
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Inadvertent descent during approach, Canadian Helicopters Offshore, Sikorsky S-92A (helicopter), C-GICB, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 155 NM ESE, 24 July 2019
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Runway excursion, Perimeter Aviation LP, Fairchild SA227-DC Metro 23, C-GJVB, Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD), Ontario, 24 February 2020
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Release of crude oil incident, Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC, Sumas Pump Station, Abbotsford, British Columbia, 12 June 2020
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Investigation update notice (investigation A20Q0018): Loss of control, Airspan Helicopters B212, C-GNYI (helicopter), Bowen Island, British Columbia, 5 March 2021
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Investigation update notice (investigation M21P0030): Sinking, Tug Ingenika, Gardner Canal, British Columbia, 10 February 2021
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Investigation update notice (investigation M20A0434): Sinking with loss of life, Fishing vessel Chief William Saulis, Digby, Nova Scotia, 15 December 2020
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Investigation update notice (investigation A20P0105): Pilot fatally injured during ground operations, Port Hardy Water Aerodrome (CAW5), British Columbia, 7 December 2020
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Investigation update notice (investigation M20P0320): Grounding, Barge Lafarge Eagle, Fraser River, British Columbia, 1 November 2020
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