- December 22, 2020
- Cargo, Coronavirus, COVID, UPS Canada, Vaccine
Coronavirus vaccines arrive in cities across Canada
Batches of coronavirus vaccine doses are now arriving at cities across Canada. Following Health Canada’s recent approval of Pfizer-BioNTech’s vaccine, UPS Canada transported the first batch of doses to the country on December 13, 2020.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.
A Technologist on the frontlines
From the biggest cities to some of the most remote places in Canada, our air navigation technologists support and maintain equipment and infrastructure critical to operating a safe and efficient Air Navigation System.
Working the frontlines: Supporting air traffic at Canada’s major cargo hubs
Up and down the supply chain, dozens of intricate transactions take place that often go unnoticed by consumers. Among those who are woven into the chain are NAV CANADA professionals providing air traffic services and maintaining the air navigation system. Without them, the movement of freight in the air would slow to a trickle, compromising the delivery of essential goods and medical supplies.