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Air Canada adding more flights on Rouge
Air Canada is adding service to more sun destinations on its low cost Rouge subsidiary this spring and summer as it continues to transfer older aircraft from its main fleet.
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Toronto Careers in Aviation Expo set for takeoff
Wings and Helicopters' second Careers in Aviation Expo is rounding into shape with an impressive list of panelists and exhibitors. If you're looking for the best aviation career advice you can find, you've got to check this out!
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CBAA delivers final 604 submission to TC

Transport is reviewing CBAA’s submission as it prepares the final version of the regulations, scheduled to be published this spring. The CBAA has prepared a contingency plan that will be triggered if TC does not respond to its requested changes.

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Stirring memorial held for SAR hero Jones
Tim Jones, the public face of North Shore Rescue, died on Mount Seymour on Sunday, January 19. After spending the weekend on the mountain conducting avalanche awareness training for the public with other members of the team, Jones collapsed that evening while walking to the parking lot accompanied by his daughter, Taylor, and another team member.
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Nominations open for Elsie MacGill Northern Lights Awards
The Northern Lights Award Foundation is now accepting nominations for its 6th Annual Awards Program. Each year, the national not-for-profit foundation honours outstanding Canadian women who have made a significant contribution to aviation or aerospace, and who continue to lay the groundwork for other women to enter or excel in these industries.
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Flying Colours soars to Canadian first achievement
Flying Colours Corp. announced yesterday it has become the first Canadian MRO to receive complete airframe and specialized service CCAR 145 MOC (China Civil Aviation Regulations 145 Maintenance Organization Certificate), approval from the Civil Aviation Administration of China, the CAAC.
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