The federal government will step in if it finds “binding conditions” on a merger between…
Transport Canada says it is taking legal action against the owner of the Churchill rail line.
‘We’re just lucky no one died’ Doctors and medical cases stranded as Perimeter Aviation grounded fleet
Perimeter Aviation still not up and running as normal.
“We’re restructuring. That’s all I can say right now.”
Wasaya Airways fighting to keep safety audits from public.
First Nation-owned Wasaya Airways warned shareholders last month company’s ‘going down’ amid growing debt
Near the end of July the chief of Fort Severn First Nation in northern Ontario went on the local radio and told the community Wasaya Airways was in trouble with growing debt, adding the future didn’t look good for the company that has been serving them for over a decade.
By Kenneth Jackson and Cullen Crozier APTN Investigates Around the same time Transport Canada inspectors…
First Nations leaders say a deadly plane crash on a First Nation highlights the need for modern aviation tools in remote communities.