When the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) TV network kicked off its live coverage of the nation’s hard-fought parliamentary election results this week, viewers on either side of the political aisle knew they’d be in for some gripping moments before the night was over. Little did they suspect the tension and awe would begin from the outset, with a masterful drone video piloting them through some pretty tight spaces in the CBC’s editorial center.

For the non-news junkies and non-election hounds who weren’t tuned into the special coverage as it began at 6:30 p.m. Monday, CBC News editor-in-chief Brodie Fenlon tweeted the opener for the world to gander at over and over again. The cinewhoop flight through the downtown Toronto broadcast center runs a full 1:16, and features some pretty remarkable indoor, cramped-space drone video footage and piloting. It’s sort of a miracle at least one rotor didn’t nip any of the countless spotlights or electrical…

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Source: dronedj.com