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ADS-B Implementation Delayed

In a press release issued by Nav Canada on August 2, Canada’s air navigation service provider announced that, in cooperation with state regulator Transport Canada, they are delaying the implementation dates of the ADS-B mandate […]

Exemption Eases Medical Backlog

Transport Canada Civil Aviation will soon be allowing pilots to take their written exams without the Transport Canada confirmation of their medical. If they don’t get the medical within three months after their visit to […]

DND Creates Space Division

Canada’s Department of National Defence announced the reorganization of its existing space affairs handled by the RCAF into 3 Canadian Space Division. The new division will still fall under the RCAF’s control. “The establishment of […]

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Drake Explains Short Flight

Canadian Pop megastar Drake gave his millions of followers a little lesson in business jet management after the Twitter account CelebJets outed him for a 14-minute flight by his private jet. Granted, one of Drake’s […]


Mayor Seeks Higher Office

The mayor of La Ronge, Saskatchewan has heard a higher calling and will be leaving his post to train as a pilot for Flair Air. Colin Ratushniak is a commercial pilot but prospects dried up […]

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The PW100 is credited with making regional airliners possible.
P&WC Celebrates 30 Years of the PW100
This year marks the 30th anniversary of an engine that can legitimately be credited with making regional airliners possible. The PW100 first flew in 1984 on a Dash-8 and it’s ...
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The Bell 412 is likely to be the next Coast Guard medium-lift helicopter
Bell to Win Second Coast Guard Heli Bid
It appears Bell Helicopters Canada is a shoo-in to win a second Coast Guard helicopter contract because other manufacturers won't be submitting bids. According to the Canadian Press, the Bell 412 is ...
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Canadian pilots claim companies are passing them over to hire cheaper foreign pilots.
Heli Pilots Losing Jobs to Foreign Pilots
Canadian helicopter pilots are complaining they're being unfairly replaced by temporary foreign workers by companies looking to save wage expenses. Last week the federal government stopped restaurants from hiring foreign ...
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