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The Canadian Pilot Resource Centre is a website designed as a one stop shop for all aviators looking to prepare themselves in their pursuit of aviation knowledge.
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Welcome back to our website. We hope you enjoy the changes we've made ahead of the Spring season. The upper logo includes some flowers blooming and our background and website theme has changed to a very positive and lively green. If it isn't your cup of tea right now, you can change the website colour to any other variation using the small pinwheel below the twitter logo (top right).
Welcome to the Canadian Pilot Resource Centre! The CanPRC is a website designed to help the average Canadian Pilot find all of their pilot resources for training and flying in one place. Resources available to pilots include exercise notes, exam preparation guides, select flight test notes and various quick links available in the top menu.
The CanPRCs' content is a compilation of various articles and resources gathered over the years by numerous authors and pilots. The content within the website is intended to supplement official ground schools and workbooks and is not intended to replace wise words from more reputable sources. If you come across anything that you wish to improve, please feel free to Contact Us via the tab in the top menu.
Introducing a new article to help with windshear awareness and avoidance. You can read the new groundschool item under CPL > Groundschool. Windshear is something pilots will rarely see however when it occurs, prompt action must be taken to ensure the safety of those in the air and on the ground. This new groundschool article will help you recognize and mitigate the threats associated with windshear when operating around an airport.