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A plane's fuselage is seen through the canopy of forest at a crash site on Addenbroke Island, B.C., in a July 26, 2019, aerial handout photo. The Transportation Safety Board of Canada says a decision to continue flying in poor weather led to the float plane crash that killed four people and injured five others. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Royal Canadian Air Force, 442 Squadron, *MANDATORY CREDIT*

Decision to fly to remote B.C. fish camp in poor weather cited by TSB in deadly crash

Decision to fly to remote B.C. fish camp in poor weather cited by TSB in deadly crash

 

CAPTION CORRECTION CORRECTS DATE OF CRASH Indonesian navy personnel inspect a part the flight data recorder of Sriwijaya Air flight SJ-182 retrieved from the Java Sea where the passenger jet crashed in waters off the Tanjung Priok Port, Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021. Indonesian navy divers searching the ocean floor on Tuesday recovered the flight data recorder from a Sriwijaya Air jet that crashed into the Java Sea with 62 people on board, Saturday, Jan. 9, 2021. (AP Photo/Fadlan Syam)

Indonesian searchers hunt for crashed plane’s voice recorder

Indonesian searchers hunt for crashed plane’s voice recorder

 

A woman lights a candle during a vigil to remember those killed on Ukraine International Airlines Flight on Thursday January 9, 2020 in Ottawa. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

Iran allocates payment to families of Ukraine crash victims

Iran will pay $150,000 for each victim

  • Dec 30, 2020
A woman lights a candle during a vigil to remember those killed on Ukraine International Airlines Flight on Thursday January 9, 2020 in Ottawa. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld
Ralph Goodale gestures during a press conference at the National Press Theatre in Ottawa on Tuesday, Aug 6, 2019. Canada's special adviser on Iran's January shootdown of the Ukrainian Airlines jetliner that killed all 176 people on board is recommending special attention be paid to the families of victims and others who lost loved ones in the tragedy. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Better crash probes and more care for families needed, Goodale says in PS752 report

Better crash probes and more care for families needed, Goodale says in PS752 report

Ralph Goodale gestures during a press conference at the National Press Theatre in Ottawa on Tuesday, Aug 6, 2019. Canada's special adviser on Iran's January shootdown of the Ukrainian Airlines jetliner that killed all 176 people on board is recommending special attention be paid to the families of victims and others who lost loved ones in the tragedy. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick
This is among the models of Harmon Rockets. One of the aircraft crashed Saturday nears Thorsby.

Two people dead after plane flying from Rocky Mountain House crashes

The Transportation Safety Board will be investigating

  • Sep 26, 2020
This is among the models of Harmon Rockets. One of the aircraft crashed Saturday nears Thorsby.
Three people die in small plane crash flying from Ontario to Prince Edward Island

Three people die in small plane crash flying from Ontario to Prince Edward Island

A Maine airport manager says three people have died after a small…

Three people die in small plane crash flying from Ontario to Prince Edward Island
One dead: Plane crashes on road north of Winnipeg

One dead: Plane crashes on road north of Winnipeg

ST. ANDREWS, Man. — RCMP say a plane that crashed near a…

One dead: Plane crashes on road north of Winnipeg
Warbird replica crashes at Olds airport

Warbird replica crashes at Olds airport

Pilot taken to hospital for assessment after Monday morning plane crash on takeoff

Warbird replica crashes at Olds airport
File photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS                                The left side of the aircraft is shown in the daytime in this undated handout image provided by Transportation Safety Board of Canada. In its investigation report (A15H0002) released Thursday, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) found that approach procedures, poor visibility and airfield lighting led to the 2015 collision with terrain of Air Canada Flight 624 at the Halifax/Stanfield International Airport in Nova Scotia.

Pilots unaware jet was too low: crash report

Report cites several other factors in the 2015 crash

File photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS                                The left side of the aircraft is shown in the daytime in this undated handout image provided by Transportation Safety Board of Canada. In its investigation report (A15H0002) released Thursday, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) found that approach procedures, poor visibility and airfield lighting led to the 2015 collision with terrain of Air Canada Flight 624 at the Halifax/Stanfield International Airport in Nova Scotia.