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Airport Name Canora
Airport Category Registered Aerodrome
Nearest Community Canora adjacent to the east of the airport
Latitude (N): 51 37 44
Longitude (W): 102 27 00
Listed in Canada Flight Supplement Yes
Airport ident. CJR7
Appears on a VFR Navigation Chart Yes
Airport Elevation 1603
Magnetic Variation 10E
  Runway (Main): Runway (2): Runway (3): Runway (4):
Number: 17-35
Length: 3400
Width: 150
Surface Turf. No winter maintenace
Night Flying No
Maintained Year Round No
Radio Communications Traffic 123.2 Mhz within 5 nm and 4700 feet ASL
Telephone on the Airport No
Customs Airport Entry No
Fees on Private Aircraft
Landing $: 0.00
Terminal $: 0.00
Parking $: 0.00
Airport Fuel Tax (litre) $: 0.00
Comments About Fees:
Fuel Prices
100LL $: 0.00
Mogas $: 0.00
Jet Fuel $: 0.00
Fuel Prices with Taxes
100LL $: 0.00
Mogas $: 0.00
Jet Fuel $: 0.00
Date of Fuel Prices 0000-00-00
Fuel Price Comments
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Airport Management City of Canora Tel: 306-563-5773
Airport Web Site
Airport E-mail
Other General Aviation Services on the Airport

Contact information
Town of Canora, Box 717, Canora, Sask., S0A 0L0

General office 418 Main Street (306)563-5773
Hotels/Motels with pick up at Airport
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Bed & Breakfasts with pick up at Airport 
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Restaurants on the airport or nearby 
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$100 hamburger restaurants adjacent across tracks. Local COPA pilots favourite fly for food destination.
Camping Airport grounds: No
Washrooms No
Nearest COPA Flight REGINA, Flight 4 Wayne Runyon, 233 Hanley Cr., Regina, SK, S4R 5A9; Tel: 306-949-2727
Other Local Aviation Associations & Telephone Numbers
Remarks CAUTION: 15' trees at the threshold of runway 15.

CAUTION: 35 foot high Powerline across the approach to runway 35, 625 feet from threshold.

CAUTION: Private aerodrome located just 1 mile west of this aerodrome.

General location map:,-102.436523&spn=6.077894,21.84082&iwloc=addr

Google sat photo:,-102.449913&spn=0.048159,0.170631&t=k
Local Tourism Contacts & Telephone Numbers City website

Population in 2001: 2,200
Local Activities, Sights & Events of Interest to Visitors There is a page about this airport on Wikipedia at

and about the community at


Town profile
Canora is nestled into the junction of highways No. 5 and 9 in east-central Saskatchewan. Centrally located on the corners of four adjacent rural municipalities, the community is home to approximately 2,400 residents and draws upon a substantial trading area.

Canora is known as the “Heart of Good Spirit Country” as a result of its proximity to several lakes and parks, including Crystal Lake, Good Spirit Lake and Duck Mountain Provincial Park. The area is host to Saskatchewan’s greatest number of golf courses per capita and boasts one of the highest traffic counts in the province.

The community was recently named one of the top 10 places in Canada to retire by CARP Magazine and was the only Saskatchewan community to make the list for 2006. Canada's Association for the 50 Plus considered many factors in compiling its list, including: climate, quality of life, cost of living, transportation, retail services, health care, community services, cultural, educational and recreational activities and crime and public safety.

The town was also judged to have the best-tasting municipal water in Canada at the 13th annual international water tasting competition held in 2003 in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, USA. Canora’s water, supplied by several ground wells northeast of the community, also placed fourth internationally at the competition that received entries from eight countries and 23 states. Free samples of this great-tasting water are available at the CN Station House Museum during the summer months.

Recreational facilities in the community include a serviced campground, cross country ski trails, tennis courts, ball diamonds, curling and ice skating rinks, soccer pitches, skate park, beach volleyball court, community halls, swimming pool, parks, playgrounds and a nine-hole grass green golf course. A walking tour of the community, featuring its museums and other attractions, has been developed. With an abundance of nearby lakes, rivers and rural landscapes, Canora is literally only minutes away from some of the best hunting and fishing opportunities in the province.

“Ca-No-Ra”, which became a village in 1905 and was incorporated as a town in 1910, was named using the first two letters of “Canadian Northern Railway”. A CN Station House Museum, traditional Ukrainian welcome statue, Ukrainian Heritage Museum and fully-restored Ukrainian Orthodox church, officially designated a heritage site, recognize and preserve the community’s diverse heritage. An ongoing mural program has also been initiated.

To maximize the well-being of its residents, Canora features an acute-care hospital, nursing home, doctor’s office, ambulance service, chiropractor, optometrist, home care, public health services and massage therapy clinic. Policing services are delivered by an in-town RCMP detachment and a fully-equipped volunteer fire brigade provides fire and rescue services.
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Date Submitted On: 2007-02-27

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