- August 19, 2020
NORAD’s Operation NOBLE EAGLE takes to the skies over Toronto
A rogue passenger plane, an international squadron of fighter jets, and a tanker refueling these jets mid-air at high speeds over Canada’s biggest city. While this may sound like the start of a blockbuster movie, this was the scene that played out over Toronto on July 30, 2020 as part of a well orchestrated NORAD training exercise.Read More
Leave Ordinary Behind: Q&A with Amanda Devine
Challenges aren’t meant to break you, but to shape you, says Amanda Devine, manager of the Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) Product Assembly Team at NAV CANADA. Surviving, recovering and now thriving after a brain injury, Amanda draws from her own life experience to empower and support her colleagues.
Leave Ordinary Behind: Q&A with Jordan Kanigan
As a member of NAV CANADA’s Operational Training Unit, the team that runs the company’s air navigation services school, Jordan works with subject matter experts to distill complex aviation rules, regulations and data into lesson plans for the next generation of Air Traffic Controllers in Edmonton.
NAV CANADA announces workforce reductions and looks to streamline operations. https://t.co/2Ubj1gJiIZ
NAV CANADA annonce une réduction de son effectif et cherche à rationaliser ses activités. https://t.co/4DaFhZ3qVz
@sylvainfaust Hi Sylvain. RWY 06/24 at CYMX will be closed for construction work from August 31st until October 18th, which introduces some complexities. For everyone’s safety, a NOTAM has been issued prohibiting the use of RWY 29 for IFR training flights during rush hour (2000-2300Z).
Today, we remember and pay tribute to everyone who was affected by the attacks on 9/11.
On that day at @navcanada, air traffic controllers worked on a wing and a prayer.
#NeverForget #911Remembered #ComeFromAway