- June 2017 stored in Ottawa while being overflown by replacement Bell 412EPi
A key reason that the Canadian government chose the Bo105 (over the traditional U.S. choice) is said to be because the German helicopters were to be assembled at MBB Canada's Fort Erie facility which became Eurocopter Canada Ltd in 1992.
On April 2013 was issued a Coast Guard helicopter fleet renewal procurement in order to acquire up to 16 light lift helicopters with the option for additional 4 over the next five years to renew the capability of its existing fleet and support the future missions of Canada new polar icebreaker, the CCGS John G Diefenbaker
Bo105 Donated to North Bay’s Canadore College, 28-May-19 : #CanadoreCollege Canadore College in North Bay, Ontario was one of the ten training institutes that received a Bo105 helicopter retired from Canadian Coast Guard service
More Ex Coast Guard Bo105 Donated to Colleges, 06-May-19 : #SAIT Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) in Calgary, Alberta and the Northern Lights College in Dawson Creek, British Columbia received former Canadian Coast Guard Bo105s. Eight other educational training institutions located across Canada have also received a donated helicopter
Canadian Coast Guard Donated Ten Bo105, 15-Nov-18 : #Bo105 The Canadian Coast Guard has donated 10 retired Bo105 to educational institutions for hands-on training for mechanical and engineering programs
Canadian Coast Guard Bo105 Donated to College, 15-May-18 : The Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) in Dartmouth received a former Canadian Coast Guard MBB Bo105 as a donation to support aircraft maintenance training
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