tl;dr at the end
A quick explanation of my situation before I start asking questions. I co-own a 1/10th share (yes, only 1/10th...) of a Cessna 150L based out of CYBW Springbank. Since I bought in about a year ago, we've had some expensive repairs as it has been in the air a lot more than previously. ie. I've put more than 100 hours on it myself, whereas before I purchased my share, they had a total of 45 hours between 10 people in the previous year. So, it gets flown a lot, and we've had to replace the Artificial Horizon, the Turn and Slip Indicator (with a Turn Coordinator), the Transponder, and most recently the Alternator. Now, of course, our VOR has been showing signs of...well, it just barely works anymore and definitely can't be used for navigation. I'd like to have it replaced as it is very nice to use for longer flights, but it's about $3,000 installed for a new one, and now I'm looking for alternatives.
I stumbled across this article yesterday:
http://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/ ... -airplanes
And it got me wondering...has TC implemented any legislation similar to what it looks like the FAA is doing down in the States? I've been looking at some EFIS's like the Dynon EFIS-D10A as a replacement for some of our instruments...is this possible, plausible, cost-effective, and legal in Canada? The aircraft is Registered in Canada. I'm new to the whole "replacing avionics" thing so please bear with me. I just received my PPL last November so I'm still learning things like this.
tl;dr: Am I able to put a non-TSO'd EFIS in my Canadian-Registered 1973 Cessna 150L as a replacement for my primary instruments, such as my Artificial Horizon, ASI, Altimeter, Heading Indicator, etc.?