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2015/04/28 15:11
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Local Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron #171 Phoenix was proud to announce that one of their cadets received a glider flying scholarship from the Air Cadet League of Canada in conjunction with the...
2015/04/28 15:11
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2015/04/28 14:19
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EDMONTON, 27 April 2015 /CNW/ - According to a Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) investigation report (A13W0120) published today, a cylinder failure on the right engine, and the fact that...
2015/04/27 19:24
2015/04/27 19:24
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The parts needed for the safe flight of Paul Deane-Freeman's ultralight were on the ground at the airport the morning the craft crash0landed on a busy Delta highway. Deane-Freeman has publicly said...
2015/04/27 15:19
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April 27--Global airline industry body IATA has defended the operational safety of Thai Airways International (THAI) and Bangkok Airways in the wake of a blanket scepticism of Thailand's aviation...
2015/04/25 19:07
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VANCOUVER - A vessel that leaked toxic bunker fuel into Vancouver's English Bay is being allowed to return to normal operations and leave Canadian waters. Transport Canada says inspectors are...
2015/04/24 17:21
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Seventy years ago Chilliwack residents overwhelmingly agreed to allow the city and municipality to borrow $40,000 for the purchase of land and construction of a new airport. Turnout for the...
2015/04/24 12:39
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A U.S. oil spill expert says he never described the Canadian Coast Guard’s response to a fuel leak on Vancouver’s English Bay as “exceptional,” despite the Coast Guard’s claim. In fact, Steven...
2015/04/23 21:18
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By Tim Petruk Kamloops This Week The police investigation into a fatal 2010 boat crash on Shuswap Lake was "reverse engineering" aimed at filing criminal charges at any cost, a judge has been...
2015/04/23 18:46
2015/04/23 18:46
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A few more hurdles need to be cleared before Railmark Canada can officially take over the ACR passenger rail operations. But the hurdles don't bother Railmark Canada President and CEO Allen Brown,...
2015/04/23 18:00
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The Queensway transit exchange (Queensway Ave between Pandosy and Ellis) will re-open to transit users, coinciding with summer transit service changes on Sunday, April 26. The temporary exchange area...
2015/04/23 05:39
2015/04/23 05:39
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Job: Commercial fisherman The role: Though many Canadians enjoy sport fishing, only a select few licensed and trained fisherman, operating in a limited number of regions across Canada, make a living...
2015/04/22 21:19
2015/04/22 21:19
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Vancouver Airport Authority (VAA) CEO Craig Richmond slammed the federal government’s April 21 budget during his April 22 keynote speech to the Vancouver Board of Trade’s Aviation Forum. “I feel a...
2015/04/22 17:21
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The roar of Super Dave Mathieson's aerobatic aircraft has been grounded over noise complaints. The full-time air show pilot, who made Chilliwack his home base a few years ago, received notification...
2015/04/21 19:48
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Nearly 14 years ago 13-year-old Andrew West left St. Martin de Porres school after finishing the last of his Grade 7 exams. With plans to meet a friend at the Main Street Shell Station for a slurpee,...
2015/04/21 17:49
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Also: F35 to Oshkosh, Aero-Calendar, Cessna 120/140 SAIB, Congressional Gold medal For Doolittle Raiders, Sikorsky S92 It’s hard to believe that the venerable Piper Cub could be improved any more...
2015/04/21 00:07
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VANCOUVER - A ship that leaked more than 2,700 litres of bunker fuel into the waters off Vancouver almost two weeks ago will soon be given the go-ahead to dock at Vancouver's port. The Coast Guard...
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2015/04/20 17:19
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In all his years as a recreational sailor, it was something Rob O’Dea says he’d never seen before: thousands of globules of oil, suspended in the water of Vancouver’s English Bay. “The water was...
2015/04/20 12:10
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Mr. Mulcair assured the NDP's total support for their cause A delegation of the citizens' committee Les Pollués de Montréal-Trudeau met this afternoon with the NDP leader Thomas Mulcair to raise the...
2015/04/18 10:39
2015/04/18 10:39
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The sloop Odin set out from False Creek late on the sunny afternoon of April 8 for a pleasure sail, with the two-man crew, Rob O’Dea and Arnt Arntzen, using a steady northwest wind to tack their way...
2015/04/18 08:15
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The Harper government plans to spend $7.5 million of our taxpayer dollars promoting their balanced budget, their first in seven years, which also manages to include $2 billion in tax breaks available...
2015/04/28 15:11
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