What's up guys... Since we have gotten our SFOC, we have been doing quite a bit of business in the commercial drone space, and as we go along are realizing that more and more people out there throw around words like SFOC, restricted airspace, NOTAMs, etc and they have no idea what exactly they mean or how they effect a drone operation. So, my question is this, and this is simply to start a discussion, is Transport Canada doing enough to educate people (I mean all people, not just drone operators) on the legalities of drones in Canada? What spurred this on was a combination of experiences I've had recently, all involving different people who claimed to have knowledge about drone legalities but actually do not. On more than one occasion I have been called out for flying within 5 NM of an airport (which is perfectly legal if I stay below my ceiling height and file a NOTAM), I have also caught some shade for operating in 'restricted' airspace that was not restricted at all, they were simply looking at the airspace map as a whole and not altitude dependant. Does anyone else find there to be a lot of confusion among people who should know the regulations for flying in Canada? Would love to hear your experiences in the commercial space. EDIT: Meant to put this in the commercial operators section, no idea how that got messed up. Sorry mods.