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  1. Nova Scotia shuts down border to 7 provinces as COVID-19 cases increase
  2. Airline City Pairs - Search Awards (gsa.gov)
  4. Concorde April 17 at 11:18 AM · April 1985, Concorde flies supersonic. This is the only picture ever taken of Concorde flying at Mach2, 1,350 mph. It was taken from a Royal Air Force Tornado, which rendezvoused with Concorde briefly to the south of Ireland. Although the Tornado could match (and even exceed) Concorde's cruising speed it could only do so for a matter of minutes due to the enormous rate of fuel consumption. After racing to catch Concorde and struggling to keep up, the Tornado broke o
  5. And apparently managed to avoid the surfers and swimmers in the water.....
  6. B.C. BANS MOST TRAVEL Visitors not welcome, says premier Calgary Herald 20 Apr 2021 PHOTO GOVERNMENT OF BC B.C. Premier John Horgan details the new COVID-19 restrictions on Monday. B.C. Premier John Horgan on Monday announced sweeping new travel restrictions that prohibit people from travelling outside their health authority in that province to stop the spread of COVID-19. There will also be signs at B.C.'S border with Alberta warning people not to come into B.C. unless it's for essential travel. “When it comes
  7. Don Martin: It's a stimulus budget all right -- for votes in the next election Don MartinContributor @DonMartinCTV Contact Published Monday, April 19, 2021 7:51PM EDT Volume 90%
  8. I understand that the NDP party will be adopting a name change. National Liberal lap Dog Party Several votes following budget could trigger an election, at least in theory (msn.com)
  9. link to some IMAGES: World War II-Era TBM Avenger That Ditched Off Brevard Coast Pulled From Ocean (spacecoastdaily.com)
  10. Determination No. A-2021-55 April 16, 2021 APPLICATION by Chrono Jet inc. carrying on business as Groupe Chrono Aviation / Chrono Aviation Group (applicant) pursuant to section 61 of the Canada Transportation Act, SC 1996, c 10 (CTA). Case number: 21-02459 The applicant has applied to the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) for a licence to o
  11. A fiery Tesla crash killed two people outside of Houston. Authorities say nobody was driving. %7B Two people died in a car crash outside of Houston on Saturday after the Tesla they were in ran off the road. Nobody was driving the car, authorities told local outlets. Tesla has come under fire for the way some drivers abuse its driver-assistance technology, Autopilot. Two people are dead in Texas after the Tes
  12. A message from Historic Wings High Flight - The Untold Story of Aviation's Greatest Poem, Pilot/Officer John G. Magee, Jr., RCAF - YouTube
  13. Feds need new strategy on flights, vaccine effort Calgary Sun 18 Apr 2021 BRIAN LILLEY blilley@postmedia.com @brianlilley JUSTIN TRUDEAU Justin Trudeau keeps saying that Canadians need to know that he has our backs and yet when it comes to two key actions he could take to help deal with COVID-19'S third wave, Trudeau won't act. I'm talking about vaccines and incoming flights from international destinations. “No matter where you live, know that we have your back,” Trudeau said Friday. I will give the prim
  14. Plane ditches in ocean during Florida airshow - BBC News WATCH: TBM Crashes In Surf Near Cocoa Beach During Airshow WATCH: TBM Crashes In Surf Near Cocoa Beach During Airshow - Plane & Pilot Magazine (planeandpilotmag.com)
  15. 2021/01/27 | Turkey FALSE: A Peruvian court found Gates, Soros and Rockefeller guilty of producing SARS-CoV-2 Explanation: There is no court ruling that the virus that causes COVID-19 in Peru was produced by human hands. An appeals court used these statements when explaining the delay of a case with a pandemic.
  16. surprised while shoveling it, you did not step in it
  17. Maclean's How did it come to this? Justin Ling 22 hrs ago Analysis: The immigration confusion is coming from inside the White House After a year of struggling with this pandemic, science has developed a relatively good grasp of COVID-19. We know that it is difficult to catch the virus from surfaces: Sanitizing your groceries and obsessively covering your hands in hand sanitizer is probably unnecessary. We know community spread is driven, in large part, by large outbreaks and super-spreader events: Big gatherings lead to explosions of cases.
  18. Canada is the No. 1 Country in the World, According to the 2021 Best Countries Report NEWS PROVIDED BY U.S. News & World Report Apr 13, 2021, 00:01 ET WASHINGTON, April 13, 2021 /CNW/ -- For the first time, Canada takes the top spot overall in the 2021 Best Countries Report, a ranking and analysis project by U.S. News & World Report; BAV Group, a unit of global marketing communications company VMLY&R; and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
  19. Reuters More electrical problems found on some Boeing 737 MAX -sources By Tracy Rucinski and Tim Hepher 20 hrs ago 1 Comment | 3 Risky pandemic behaviour off the clock could mean workplace discipline… Iran names suspect in Natanz attack, says he fled country By Tracy Rucinski and Tim Hepher a large passenger jet sitting on top of a runway: FILE PHOTO: A Boeing 737 MAX 8 sits outside the hangar during a media tour of the Boeing 737 MAX at the Boeing plant in Renton, Washington© Reuters/Matt McKnight FILE PHOTO: A Boeing 737 MAX 8 sits outside the hangar during a medi
  20. Or reporting anything about the value of their entire holdings. I wonder how, if funds will be provided (loans that is) how any accounting will be done or surety be provided?
  21. Cockpit voice recorders CVRs record 4 audio channels: the pilot microphone, the co-pilot microphone, an extra channel for other crew, and the cockpit area microphone (CAM). The first 3 channels record crew conversations and radio transmissions. The CAM records aural warnings and alerts, as well as the aural environment of the cockpit..
  22. Trudeau says he supports restricting interprovincial travel when necessary to stem spread of COVID-19 CBC/Radio-Canada 1 hour ago%7B© THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito Premier John Horgan, left, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a news conference in 2019. Horgan told British Columbians this week that further restrictions could be coming to curb the spread of COVID-19. The Prime Minister says he's supportive of provinces and territories closing their borders in order to protect their residents from the spread of