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Aviation Words — Green Light

5/10/2019 9:59:00 PM By Ian Brown, Editor

How many of you have ever used a coloured light-controlled approach to a towered airport? Precious few I imagine, yet it continues to be a significant part of our medical evaluation for a pilot's license. Read More

From the Archives — Chapter 63, Winnipeg, MB, a Hotbed 50 Years Ago

5/10/2019 9:52:00 PM By Ian Brown, Editor

I'm sure you will be impressed with the sheer number of homebuilt aircraft projects underway 50 years ago at EAA Chapter 63. Read More

That Cold Engine. What to Do?

5/10/2019 9:43:00 PM By Ian Brown, Editor

I wouldn’t have understood this if I hadn't read Mike Busch's excellent article, but cold, thick oil is not the main cause of rapid engine wear in a cold engine. Read More

Free ELT 406 Verifier Tool

5/10/2019 9:26:00 PM By Patrick Gilligan, EAA Canadian Council

The last item on my RV-8's annual inspection checklist is the Canadian Beacon Registry (CBR) test, and again this year it proved itself worthwhile. Read More

Aeronautics Now Part of High School Students' Lives

5/10/2019 9:01:00 PM By Catherine Tobenas

With a strong presence in five high schools in Quebec, the Aviation Training Program (ATP) of Aviation Connection will be expanded to five additional schools by January 2020, including a school in Ontario. Read More

How Good a Pilot Are You?

5/10/2019 8:49:00 PM By Jeff Seaborn, EAA Canadian Council Chair

You may think you are a great pilot, or you may think you're nowhere near good enough to be considered one of the best. Have you thought about finding out? Read More

Co-Founder of SiriusXM Radio Comes to Quebec

5/10/2019 8:35:00 PM By Ian Brown, Editor

I first learned a little bit about Martine Rothblatt because she built a hangar at my local airport, CZBM, in Bromont, Quebec. The more I heard, the more I felt motivated to find out, and the internet was able to tell me plenty. Read More

Celebrate 60 Years With Chapter 65

5/10/2019 8:21:00 PM By Ian Brown, Editor

EAA Chapter 65 was formed in 1959, a mere six years after the formation of EAA. They will celebrate this special birthday at Grimsby Air Park (CNZ8) on July 6 (rain date July 7) by hosting a barbecue and fly-in. Read More

EAA Chapter 1410 High River — Learn-Build Project

5/10/2019 7:52:00 PM By Jack Dueck, EAA Lifetime 337912

Early in January our High River chapter took on a learn-build project to introduce new members to EAA and to our chapter, to help them learn the disciplines needed to build an amateur-built aircraft, and then to help these members form a flying club where they could learn to fly or upgrade their flying knowledge with their own aircraft. Read More

Exciting Times for EAA Canada

5/10/2019 7:28:00 PM By Ian Brown, EAA 657159

As you read this you are probably aware that EAA AirVenture Oshkosh is about two months away. Read More
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