**IMPORTANT CADORS NEWS** As of April 3rd, 2014, you will be able to subscribe to receive one or many of the CADORS daily reports using our new self-subscription service. Subscribing will be as easy as clicking on the new “Subscribe to CADORS daily reports” menu item and following the instructions on the screen. Please note that if you currently receive any CADORS daily reports by email, you will no longer receive the reports unless you re-subscribe using this new service.
Transport Canada collects aviation occurrence information through CADORS. The purpose of the system is to provide initial information on occurrences involving any Canadian-registered aircraft as well as events which occur at Canadian airports, in Canadian sovereign airspace, or international airspace for which Canada has accepted responsibility that includes events involving foreign registered aircraft.
Transport Canada endeavours to ensure the accuracy and integrity of the data contained within CADORS, however, the information within should be treated as preliminary, unsubstantiated and subject to change.
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada is the official source of aviation accident and incident data in Canada.
CADORS information can also be found at
If you have any suggestions or problems regarding this system, please contact the CADORS Administrator at