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The bureaucracy in Canada is once again failing…

'Completely dropped the ball': Transport Canada's endless delays ground pilots Certifications that should only take 30 to 40 days are taking a year or longer, say frustrated members of the aviation industry ( More...

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SorenTwin 3
Par for the course. In my workplace, any revisions to our documents that require TC review and approval take 8-10 months for a response, when the total amount of actual work is no more than 15 minutes. If we're lucky enough to get someone to get back to us, the canned response is staffing and workload challenges.
ClareNeufeld 1
Don’t post news bites which require subscriptions to one particular publisher or magazine.


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