LATEST CBAA NEWS

Federal party positions on CBAA top-line issues

Posted on 9/17/2021
Here you will find a breakdown of the Federal party positions on CBAA's top issues including luxury tax and sustainability.

Your 2021 Federal Election Toolkit

Posted on 8/31/2021
To raise our issues locally, are asking you to engage with candidates in your riding. All the resources to support can be found in this toolkit.

How to engage during the 2021 Federal Election

Posted on 8/26/2021
A detailed step-by-step guide on how to connect with your candidates

Election Template Letter and Backgrounder

Posted on 8/26/2021
A template letter and backgrounder you can use in send to local candidates

Business Aviation and Canada's Future

Posted on 8/25/2021
An election position paper authored by CBAA, Business Aviation and Canada’s Future, outlining our key asks

2021 Federal Election Questions Template

Posted on 8/24/2021
The CBAA reached out to the major political parties with a series of questions that will gauge their support for BA.

CBAA’s 2022 pre-budget submission

Posted on 8/9/2021
CBAA's asks government to remove the threat of “luxury” tax and create incentives for SAF, new aircraft purchases and upgrades

Need to Know: Your Weekly Briefing - July 29 2021

Posted on 7/29/2021
The CBAA continues its efforts to influence and expand the list of available airports for international arrivals. Aerospace Regional Recovery Initiative. Save the date for CBAA 2022 at Skyservice Business Aviation's YYZ Hangar - June 14-16, 2022.

Need to Know: Your Weekly Briefing - July 22 2021

Posted on 7/22/2021
CBAA welcomes border reopening announcement. Check Thrust Thursday - member update event moved to a later date. During the summer we will communicate to members via our Slack channel, member email communications and social media. You can reach us vi

Canada’s business aviation community welcomes border reopening announcement

Posted on 7/19/2021
Today’s federal announcement allowing fully vaccinated​U.S. residents to enter Canada as of August 9.