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Wings and Helicopters Host Sold-Out Careers in Aviation Expo

A sold-out crowd of 230 air cadets, high school and college students, aviation professionals seeking career changes and much more, were treated to a variety of thought-provoking career-oriented panels covering various segments of the industry such as fixed- and rotary-wing pilots, AMEs and aerospace engineers, opportunities in business aviation, deciphering aviation weather at Environment Canada and much more.

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A sold-out crowd of 230 air cadets, high school and college students, aviation professionals seeking career changes and much more, were treated to a variety of thought-provoking career-oriented panels covering various segments of the industry such as fixed- and rotary-wing pilots, AMEs and aerospace engineers, opportunities in business aviation, deciphering aviation weather at Environment Canada and much more. - See more at: https://www.wingsmagazine.com/news/cia-expo-toronto-rocks-porter-13437#sthash.6aRAVCtW.dpuf
A sold-out crowd of 230 air cadets, high school and college students, aviation professionals seeking career changes and much more, were treated to a variety of thought-provoking career-oriented panels covering various segments of the industry such as fixed- and rotary-wing pilots, AMEs and aerospace engineers, opportunities in business aviation, deciphering aviation weather at Environment Canada and much more. - See more at: https://www.wingsmagazine.com/news/cia-expo-toronto-rocks-porter-13437#sthash.6aRAVCtW.dpuf
A sold-out crowd of 230 air cadets, high school and college students, aviation professionals seeking career changes and much more, were treated to a variety of thought-provoking career-oriented panels covering various segments of the industry such as fixed- and rotary-wing pilots, AMEs and aerospace engineers, opportunities in business aviation, deciphering aviation weather at Environment Canada and much more. - See more at: https://www.wingsmagazine.com/news/cia-expo-toronto-rocks-porter-13437#sthash.6aRAVCtW.dpuf
A sold-out crowd of 230 air cadets, high school and college students, aviation professionals seeking career changes and much more, were treated to a variety of thought-provoking career-oriented panels covering various segments of the industry such as fixed- and rotary-wing pilots, AMEs and aerospace engineers, opportunities in business aviation, deciphering aviation weather at Environment Canada and much more. - See more at: https://www.wingsmagazine.com/news/cia-expo-toronto-rocks-porter-13437#sthash.6aRAVCtW.dpuf
A sold-out crowd of 230 air cadets, high school and college students, aviation professionals seeking career changes and much more, were treated to a variety of thought-provoking career-oriented panels covering various segments of the industry such as fixed- and rotary-wing pilots, AMEs and aerospace engineers, opportunities in business aviation, deciphering aviation weather at Environment Canada and much more. - See more at: https://www.wingsmagazine.com/news/cia-expo-toronto-rocks-porter-13437#sthash.6aRAVCtW.dpuf

ATAC saddened by the loss of former Transport Minister Jean Lapierre

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ATAC offers its most sincere condolences to the families and friends of all the victims of Tuesday’s air tragedy at the Magdalen Islands which took the lives of past Transport Minister, the Honorable Jean Lapierre, and six other passengers and crew.

Canada Transportation Act (CTA) Review Report

On February 25, 2016, the Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport, tabled the Canada Transportation Act (CTA) Review Report in Parliament. The Review undertook a broad examination of the national transportation system and identified potential actions to enhance the system’s ability to support Canada’s international competitiveness, trade, and prosperity.

The Report, entitled Pathways: Connecting Canada’s Transportation System to the World, represents 18 months of analysis including: over 340 stakeholder consultations across Canada and international travel to research and analyze models and best practices; over 200 stakeholder submissions; and over 30 Review Secretariat commissioned studies.

The Report, in its entirety, is now available on Transport Canada’s website at: www.tc.gc.ca/ctareview2014

Source : Jean-François Tremblay

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