As of June 1 2019, the new Transport Canada Regulations governing RPAS (drone) use In Canada affecting RPAS between 250g and 25kg state (in part) that an operator shall follow manufacturers instructions. So, read the Owner's Manual of the drone you own, it will have an aircraft operating temperature ~ if it says 0C-40C..that means it cannot be flown outside if the outside air temperature is colder than 0C ~ even if you are Basic or Advanced Licensed.
There is also a whole slew of considerations to think of too, ie: current or forecasted weather, battery health in cold weather, visibility, falling snow, icing..etc.
If you are Basic or Advanced Licensed ~ & own/operate a RPAS(drone) that is between 250g to 25kg but the RPAS cannot operate below 0C as per the manufacturers instructions in the owner's manual ...keep it indoors!
At j2photography we have a RPAS (drone) that is capable of operating at an outside temperature down to -10C & we are Advanced Licensed for Controlled & Uncontrolled Airspace.
for more info:
( Excerpt FROM TC website Part IX CAR )
901.31 No pilot shall operate a remotely piloted aircraft system unless it is operated in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Minimum Weather Conditions
901.34 No pilot shall operate a remotely piloted aircraft system unless the weather conditions at the time of flight permit
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