It's in Canada: "But due to new Canadian regulations he can’t legally fly it right now at the field his club leases in Whitby, Ont."that's mostly the US...though it no doubt will eventually affect ours eventually. fortunately we have the MAAC. a national organization that a lot of regional groups are members of and through them have some really good allowances made for flying in Canada. you can get an area in your particular jurisdiction added as an MAAC approved flight zone and get exceptions to being allowed to fly in what would otherwise be a no-fly zone, with some considerations in place. for instance, the MAAC site in PR here is 100m from the hospital heli pad, within the 5 nautical mile exclusion zone from our regional airport as well as the local aerodrome for sea-based aircraft. examples of the considerations to be taken would be like you see a helicopter coming or going from the hospital, you immediately cease all flying activity. you know...common sense things.