We are Montreals Largest drone racing community Who love to fly First Person View, founded in 2014 by Matthew Zoern it all started with a few friends getting together to fly their drones around. The group started growing and they started the facebook group drones montreal that hows now grown to over 600 members in just 2 short years.  After the summer of 2015 Matt met Nick Iversen who had just started flying drones and started to help out with his marketing and webdesign skills. As winter approached the community needed a place to race during the winter and ended up finding Kart-o-mania and made a deal to start racing the first tuesday every month. This is where FPV MTL joined the world wide MultiGP league and would start their first winter racing series. FPV MTL has not become a Tier 3 MultiGP chapter and has to started to help organized events like NAFPV and the Montreal Drone Expo which is the just the start as this new sport start to explode here in Canada they have become one of the pioneerering groups. 

Join the community @ www.FPVMTL.com

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The International Drone Racing Association, Inc. (IDRA) is a professional racing organization that sanctions and governs multiple drone racing events. IDRA's primary events and series' include Drone Nationals, Drone Worlds, and the Drone World Cup.The International Drone Racing Association is proud to announce that it has signed a multi-year, international media distribution deal with ESPN, bringing the new sport of drone racing to the worldwide leader in sports.


RotorSports is the premier “go to” worldwide destination for all drone sports entertainment. Through producing and broadcasting the highest quality content from a portfolio of premier races and drone entertainment, RotorSports brings the exciting world of drone racing to racing fans everywhere. Including such productions as the 2015 U.S. National Drone Racing Championships, RotorSports will be the exclusive content provider for all of IDRA’s drone races.


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The Model Aeronautics Association of Canada is the Official Governing Body for Model Aviation in Canada, acting as a liason to government agencies, such as Industry Canada (formerly Department of Communications) with regard to radio frequencies and their use in radio controlled models, as well as representing our internationally competitive modelers to the Fédération Aéronautique International (FAI) through the Aero Club of Canada. MAAC also provides liability insurance to its members and chartered clubs, among many other membership benefits.    Find them online at http://www.maac.ca/

District 3 is an accelerator of innovation that enables entrepreneurs and their teams to make a dent in the world. By animating a collaborative ecosystem, District 3 puts the necessary tools, resources and knowledge in the hands of innovative leaders in order for them to move from idea to impact with confidence. Where Makers Unite  District 3 has an entire area devoted to helping members use emergent technologies for prototyping, materials explorations or self-directed learning.

The Makerspace is where you can make things happen.   http://d3center.ca/