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Conditions change quickly due to political unrest or severe environmental conditions. Registration of Canadians Abroad is a free service offered by Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada that keeps you connected to Canada in case of an emergency abroad, such as an earthquake or civil unrest, or an emergency at home.

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This government website, www.travel.gc.ca provides up-to-date reports and information in Canada or abroad.

(Source: Pionairs newsletter issue #19 October, 2017))

tmb 1996 april 1377The airline Air Baffin was established and started charter operations in 1989.

Scheduled services were inaugurated in May 1992.

This timetable was effective April 25th, 1996 from the collection of Arthur Na.

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March 3, 1919, William Boeing flew a sack of mail from Vancouver to Seattle in the first international airmail delivery between Canada and the USA.

(Source: Vancouver Sun archives)

tmb air northHere we have the Air North (Yukon’s airline) timetable issued March 1, 2005. (from Bjorn Larsson collection)

The airline was established in 1977 and started flight training and general purpose charter operations with a single Cessna 206. They presently have a fleet of 12 aircraft of a variety different models. In 2002 they acquired a pair of Boeing 737-200 jets.

These jets allowed Air North to begin competing with the mainline carriers between the Yukon and Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton. These routes proved to be successful and in recent years Kelowna, Yellowknife and Ottawa have been added..

(Source: Wikipedia)

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