We are pilots, navigators, spotters, search coordinators, electronic specialists, radio operators, and administration staff. We are trained to work as spotters on military aircraft, and to carry out searches using light aircraft and ground vehicles.
We are dedicated to providing air search support services and to the promotion of Canada’s Search and Rescue Program across Canada. Our volunteers, who receive no remuneration, are on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to assist those in need of search and rescue.
Why do some planes in Canada lack potentially life-saving emergency beacons? Many small, private and recreational aircraft are using outdated equipment David Burke · CBC News · Posted: Nov 08, 2018 6:00 AM AT | Last Updated: November 8 [...]
As identified back in July (Tofino incident) PEP Air/CASARA play an essential transportation role in addition to its SAR responsibilities. Making sure other key rescuers can be on scene in the shortest possible time .. [...]