Canadian Aviation Regulations
(a) the equipment referred to in paragraphs 605.14(c) to (j);
(b) a sensitive altimeter adjustable for barometric pressure;
(c) a means of preventing malfunction caused by icing for each airspeed indicating system;
(d) a gyroscopic direction indicator or a stabilized magnetic direction indicator;
(e) an attitude indicator;
(f) subject to subsection (2), a turn and slip indicator or turn coordinator;
(g) where the aircraft is to be operated within the Northern Domestic Airspace, a means of establishing direction that is not dependent on a magnetic source;
(h) radiocommunication equipment adequate to permit two-way communication on the appropriate frequency; and
(i) radio navigation equipment adequate to permit the aircraft to be navigated safely.
(2) Where the aircraft is equipped with a standby attitude indicator that is usable through flight attitudes of 360 degrees of pitch and roll for an aeroplane, or ± 80 degrees of pitch and ± 120 degrees of roll for a helicopter, the aircraft may be equipped with a slip-skid indicator in lieu of a turn and slip indicator or turn coordinator.
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