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US helicopter raid targets an Islamic State leader

A helicopter raid by U.S. forces in northern Syria resulted in "probable death'" of senior leader of militant group.

Trudeau told NATO Canada can't meet defence spending target, Washington Post reports

Leaked Pentagon secrets include Justin Trudeau privately telling NATO Canada would never meet spending targets.

Close to 40 exhibitors set to inspire at Careers in Aviation Expo

The next generation of fixed and rotary wing aviation leaders to gather at WestJet's Pearson hangar on May 6.

TSB probe underway after one injured in RCMP plane crash at Whitehorse airport

Transportation Safety Board team spending at least another day assessing the scene of an RCMP PC 12 crash.

2 bodies lifted from sea after Japan army helicopter crash

Japan's military recovers two bodies after army helicopter crashed and sunk to bottom of the sea.

Federal workers are now on strike. Here are the services that may be affected

How the Federal strike is likely to impact Transport Canada and the Canadian Transportation Agency.

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Airbus delivers first two H145 helicopters to Bavarian Police

First two Airbus H145s will be used for training as force transitions from its smaller H135 fleet, with delivery of the first fully equipped H145 police helicopter scheduled for the middle of next year. » 

Military procurement chief wants defence firms to stop overpromising, underdelivering

Canadian Defence Department’s top procurement official wants defence companies to put more focus on delivering what they have promised and less on trying to win the next contract. » 

B.C. seasonal forecast suggests long cool spring, flood risk in high snowpack regions

Long, cool and wet spring is in forecast for British Columbia as province steps up monitoring for wildfire risk. » 

US plans new forest protections, issues old growth inventory

Administration urged to concentrate on lessening wildfire dangers by thinning stands of trees. » 

China reveals new details of Raytheon, Lockheed sanctions

China reveals new details of sanctions it previously announced against two U.S. weapons manufacturers. » 

Canada's inflation rate falls to lowest level since August 2021

Statistics Canada reports the country's annual inflation rate fell to 4.3 per cent in March. » 

Gunmen attack Indonesian troops deployed to rescue NZ pilot

Separatist gunmen attack army troops deployed to rescue a New Zealand pilot taken hostage in Papua province. » 

European spacecraft on way to Jupiter and its icy moons

ESA’s Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer will make observations of giant gas and its three large ocean-bearing moons. » 


Girls Take Flight, Oshawa

April 29, 2023
Location: Oshawa Municipal Airport, Enterprise Hangar

Careers in Aviation Expo

May 6, 2023
Location: WestJet South Bay Hangar, Mississauga, ON

Wings Webinar, The Aircraft Luxury Tax, Tips for buyers and sellers

May 16, 2023
Location: Online, free with registration

Vertical Flight Society Forum 79

May 16 – 18, 2023
Location: West Palm Beach, FL

4th Annual Aerial Firefighting Conference

October 26, 2023
Location: KF Aerospace Centre for Excellence, Kelowna, BC

HAC 28th Annual Conference & Trade Show

November 6 – 10, 2023
Location: Vancouver, BC
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ATAC Canadian Aviation Conference and Tradeshow

November 14 – 16, 2023
Location: Montreal, Quebec
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