Radar replacement: a worthwhile investment
Over the course of the next 10 years a massive radar replacement project will take place across the country. It’s the largest capital project NAV CANADA has ever undertaken at a cost of $159 million. The first of 11 new radars is set to be operational in Hamilton by August 2019 with new sites receiving replacement radars at the rate of one per year, ending in Halifax in 2028.Read More
Evacuation at Williams Lake
When, just over one year ago, the city of Fort McMurray was devastated by wildfires, NAV CANADA employees distinguished themselves with their commitment to keep air traffic services up and running.. We now find ourselves in a similar situation as wildfires burn throughout the British Columbia interior, impacting dozens of communities and forcing tens of thousands of individuals from their homes.
Fit to Fly: Keeping aviation safe
Earlier this week, Transport Canada, hosted a two day workshop centred on supporting aviation personnel in the interest of aviation safety. Called Fit to Fly, the goals of the workshop were to raise awareness around mental health and substance abuse and share best practices in those areas.