Western Canada Aviation Museum Easter Egg Hunts Saturday 19 April 2014 10 am to Noon, and Sunday 20 April 2014 2 pm to 4 pm More information here.
PILOT AND PASSENGER EGRESS TRAINING Ground School by E-Learning (at the convenience of your computer) followed with a HALF DAY WET EGRESS TRAINING COURSE Thursday April 24, or Friday April 25, 2014 TC AWARD WINNING INSTRUCTOR course cost $ 396.00 FOR FURT...
St. Andrews Airport is 50 years old in 2014. The aerodrome was started in 1962 and originally certified in 1964. The Airport is celebrating with a day of aviation oriented activities recognizing our 50 Anniversary on June 14, 2014. This is an opportunity to...
Manitoba Chapter of the 99s presents the Annual Poker Derby. Date: May 24, 2014, 8 am to 11:30 am. Prize award 3 pm at Lyncrest Airport. Other participating airports: Altona, Beausejour, Lac du Bonnet, Morden, Southport, St Andrews, St Francis Xavier, Stein...
Canadian Aviation Historical Society National Convention and Annual General Meeting 4 - 7 June 2014 Regina, Saskatchewan Download the registration form here .
Tickets for Air Canada' Dreams Take Flight raffle are being sold at Grant Park Mall close to Safeway from Monday March 31st - Sunday April 6th. They are $2 each, support a great cause and you can win a 2014 Jetta! Draw date is April 25th. Thank you… Jenna
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Mystery of Florence's Cathedral Dome May Be Solved
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