A great way to get into rocketry with great people. The following clubs are officially associated with the CAR/ACF:
The Airdrie Space-Science Club is intended to promote the interest and education of the community in the area of science and space technology. Although the focus is on the youth of the community, adults are encouraged to participate at all levels. As the launches are informal social events, please note that many of these model rocket launches are arranged with the launches of other local model rocket clubs.
The BC CanSat Fliers Club was formed to promote educational opportunities for science students through the building and flying of CanSat payloads in rockets. A CanSat is a small payload typically the size of a can of soda, which are built to meet specific science goals, and can perform numerous functions including in-flight video capture, environmental sensing, transmission of telemetry data, etc.
Visit the BCCANSAT website, or send an email to the Allen Upward for more information.
The Calgary Rocketry Association actively promotes high power rocketry in Canada, and has many members active in both model and high power rocketry. CRA members are active with Space Days, Aviation Days and Youth Rocketry classes through the Calgary Aerospace Museum. The Sullivan Lake HPR Launch, held in late September is the CRAs signature event. Along with the Edmonton Rocketry Group, CRA also holds the annual Southern Area Meet (SAM), a competitive Model Rocket Launch.
- CFB Petawawa Rocketry Club
Le Club québécois de fuséonautique est un club de lanceur de fusées qui organisent des lancement de fusées de petite, moyenne et haute puissance. Ce sont les membres du club et son comité administratif qui mettent en commun leur ressources humaines et matérielles dans un esprit d'équipe et de solidarité pour profiter de ce merveilleux passe-temps et ce, de façon sécuritaire et légale.
The Québec Rocketry Club is a group of individuals who build and launch rockets and organize events at which members can fly their own low-power, mid-power or high-power creations. The members of the club and the management board combine their material and intellectual efforts in hopes of, through good teamwork and solidarity, provide the safe and legal means of practicing the wonderful science of rocketry for anyone.
The Edmonton Rocketry Club is dedicated to the promotion of rocketry activities in the Edmonton area. We are a group of individuals interested in building and (safely) flying rockets of all sizes and power classifications. We fly everything from small model rockets on A thru G impulse motors, to large sophisticated models equipped with electronics and cameras. ERC maintains an affiliation with the Calgary Rocketry Association.
Visit the ERC website, or send an email to the ERC for more information.
The Lethbridge Rocketry Association is a group of dedicated rocketeers of all ages that share a common interest: to have fun! LRA members carry a membership with CAR, which gives them the ability to take part in high powered rocket launches throughout the year. A membership isn't needed for low-powered rockets, but is recommended. The annual Roc Lake Launch, the largest high power launch in Canada, held just south of Lethbridge on the last weekend of June, is hosted by the LRA.
The Manitoba Rocketry Group is a volunteer, provincial organization which advocates the safe pursuit of model and high power rocketry in Manitoba. Since 1995, the MRG has promoted rocketry at the local, provincial, and national levels as a safe, fun, legal and educational sport for adults and youth. Activities in which MRG members can become involved include scale and non-scale models, sport flying, rocket gliders, electronic payloads, aerial photography, onboard video equipment, radio transmitters, altitude attempts, parachute duration competitions and networking with fellow hobbyists.
NB Rocketry is a group of rocketry enthusiasts routinely flying 1/2A thru G motors at our regularly scheduled Petitcodiac, NB launches every other week April thru October, weather permitting. We also host our annual Labour Day "Rage at the Gage" 2 day launch, one of Canada's premier events. For more information, please contact us via the Facebook links.
The Saskatoon Rocketry Society (SAROS) is a rocketry group serving Saskatoon, SK and surrounding area. Our primary purpose is to organize, support, and promote hobby rocketry. SAROS holds local model and mid power launches every 3 - 4 weeks. We are currently working on bringing High Power launches to our members with the first HPR launch tentatively planned for October 2007. Club information and launch schedule are available on the SAROS website.