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@4XZWYJ3from Ontario  answered…2yrs

drones are cool, but should only be used for vlogging or music video purposes. Nobody wants to walk outside and see drones flying everywhere, just for commercials.

@4QXVML3from Ontario  answered…2yrs

YES, but at a cost and with a licence. Drones have the potential for intrusion into the private realm and this will hopefully be preventative.

@4XX7RKDfrom British Columbia  answered…2yrs

Not for delivery of fast food to lazy people. But for research in places that are hard to reach and for safety in search and rescue situations on ski hills and in wilderness areas and the like, drones could be a real good option.

@4G23J2Yfrom Alberta  answered…2yrs

@4LX6JLXfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

Only if they are able to make a decent amount of money off it, to help soical programs or something.

@4RHKNK8from Quebec  answered…2yrs

Yes. But take it slow and easy. I think the argument that drone usefulness to commercial interest is evident, and regulating it would seem the sensible thing to do. This technology would have to be worked into the existing flight management systems currently employed, strict safety and failsafe requirements would also have to be reviewed and implemented first. National and civilian security must always remain a priority when considering these kinds of technological advancements.

@98554TRfrom Washington  answered…15hrs

@97YW5KGfrom Ontario  answered…1wk

@97Y29T9from Alberta  answered…2wks

Regulate which type of drones, outlawing military and police grade drones.

@97VGPMRfrom British Columbia  answered…2wks

if it is registered into the system and has no other dangers to people and their privacy, we still must make sure that these drones aren't tampered with. So, with daily to weekly maintenance, we should slowly allow this.

@97TYDMGfrom Alberta  answered…2wks

yes, but not in highly populated areas, or in residential spaces, because that is a violation of residents privacy

@97SK8WMfrom Ontario  answered…2wks

Only if necessary, and have rules and regulations set for usage of drones

@97RS2YF answered…3wks

Yes but with certain restrictions, such as no filming without permission in private areas.

@97NRTW8from Ontario  answered…3wks

@97NBDHXfrom New Jersey  answered…3wks

@97N7ZRVfrom Ontario  answered…3wks

As long as the drones pose no immediate threat to local International transportation

@97M2QBBLiberalfrom Manitoba  answered…3wks

@97JZRJSLiberalfrom Alberta  answered…3wks

@97H7RD5from Ontario  answered…3wks

@97F2KQBfrom Ontario  answered…4wks

@97D3ZP8Liberalfrom Ontario  answered…4wks

@9769CF5from British Columbia  answered…1mo

Just don’t record random people who didn’t consent to getting recorded

@97529D2from Nova Scotia  answered…1mo

@974XWMZfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

@973FTXQfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

@96ZYZY7 answered…1mo

Yes but drones should privately owned property and not record citizens.

@96YJ2S7from Ontario  answered…1mo

@96VZD6Sfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

Drones can be used for commercial purposes but, they should increase safety features and tracking.

@96TWRJ2from British Columbia  answered…1mo

@96TP9DLfrom British Columbia  answered…1mo

@96SLR69from British Columbia  answered…1mo

@96SFF8Dfrom British Columbia  answered…1mo

@96RFZZBfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

@96JJRBTfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@96JJ99Nfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@96JFK3Ffrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

@96HHY2Lfrom Alberta  answered…2mos

depends what type of thing its used for and if it doesnt interfer with people

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