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EAA Chapter 1410 High River Learn/Build Project Update

9/13/2019 1:48:00 PM By Jack Dueck, Project Lead, EAA Lifetime 337912

Since our last report, we have been busy proceeding with our Zenith 601 XL-B building project. During the hectic summer months, progress was slower but steady, yet only one Saturday workday was missed. Read More

SportAir Workshops in Canada

9/9/2019 9:31:00 PM

You have the dream. Now begin to turn it into a reality through EAA's SportAir Workshops. These weekend workshops will launch you on the most satisfying and rewarding adventure of your life — building your own airplane. Read More

What’s in Your Hangar?

9/9/2019 7:54:00 PM By Mike Davenport, EAA 89102, Langley, British Columbia

What exotic aircraft or other curiosity is hiding behind that padlock? Read More

And the Winner Is …

9/9/2019 7:06:00 PM By Jack Neima, EAA 413636, EAA Canadian Council

The EAA Canadian Council recently announced a new partnership with the Webster Memorial Trophy organization, facilitators of the annual competition to identify Canada's top amateur pilot. Read More

Aviation Words — Load Factor

9/9/2019 6:52:00 PM By Ian Brown, Editor

This phrase has always been a bit obscure to me, but those of you with a more mathematical bent might think, "Well, it's obvious, isn't it?" Read More

Make the Most of It

9/9/2019 6:30:00 PM By Ian Brown

Sunsets are happening earlier, temperatures are dropping, the leaves are turning, and the air is getting thicker. What a great time of year to be flying! Read More

Aviation Words — Missionize

8/21/2019 3:55:00 PM By Ian Brown, Editor

This may not be an aviation word, but it's vital to the survival of your EAA chapter. Read More

From the Archives — A Chapter 65 Report From 50 Years Ago

8/21/2019 3:49:00 PM By Ian Brown, Editor

Chapter 65 celebrated its 60th birthday with a fly-in on June 6 of this year. Here is a report submitted on its 10th birthday 50 years ago. Read More

Are You Current?

8/21/2019 3:28:00 PM By Ted Rankine, EAA 1052745

In order to fly legally, Canadian pilots must maintain a minimum level of recurrent training, which is made up of requirements that must be met every six months, two years, and five years. Read More

Transport Canada Reaches Out to EAA Canadian Council

8/21/2019 3:10:00 PM By Patrick Gilligan, EAA Canadian Council

One sector of aviation that was not fully represented on Transport Canada's General Aviation Safety Campaign (GASC) was amateur-built aircraft. Read More
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