From 2007 until 2015, the Canadian Centre for Unmanned Vehicle Systems was a Canadian federal not-for-profit corporation based in Medicine Hat, Alberta. CCUVS worked very hard to support the nascent unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) industry as a means to grow and diversify the Alberta and Canadian economies. In 2014, CCUVS obtained approval to manage Canada’s first restricted airspace for civil and commercial UAS training and development based out of Foremost, Alberta. This was arguably the most significant opportunity to diversify rural Alberta’s economy in the province’s history. This CCUVS promotional video was created as part of an effort at building support to develop and fund the Foremost UAS Range. Unfortunately, due to the lack of any significant or timely support from the Government of Alberta, the CCUVS organization ceased operations on April 1, 2015 and the legal entity was formally dissolved on December 1, 2015. The future of the airspace now rests with the Village of Foremost.