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Bif

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  1. Wtf was going on here? https://www.castanet.net/news/Kelowna/309144/Upper-Mission-residents-capture-dramatic-video-of-helicopter#309144 Doesn't look like any "training" exercise I've ever been part of unless this was some poorly situated LTE recovery drill or something...
  2. Astars have been listed since the day they were bought though...
  3. Rene was such a knowledgable and experienced fella, with a kind heart. They had a good thing going there and a great relationship with forestry. Too bad kookoo bird and their lawyer convinced him to shut the doors with zero notice to the dedicated team of staff who'd been working their butts off all winter to save the company... I still remember being followed around like a shoplifter as we packed up our personal gear. They even hid the remote for the TV!
  4. I know a heli pilot who picked up PART TIME gig flying drones at the refineries around YMM and makes more per year than when he flew full time..
  5. Dude seriously just dug up a 3 year old thread to go on a rant... I don't think a hug is going to cut it.
  6. The downside with a two piece as well is, if you're like me, as soon as you're given the option to only wear half you end up doing that all the time. With my 1-piece, I wore it every flight. No choice, unless I wanted to wear street clothes. With the 2-piece, I find myself way too often flying in just the pants and maybe a softshell jacket (or even a t-shirt in summer). Or, just the jacket and a pair of Carhartts or what have you. Flexibility is good in one sense, I suppose. But it also kind of defeats the purpose.
  7. I'm going to load this up on the ipad and run it past some coworkers. We'd love to see functionality added for the B3, B3e, and EC130!
  8. If it's the same as the one done by Hydro One and BC Hydro, it really teaches you a lot about best practices when flying in those environments. I'd recommend it for anyone, regardless of experience.
  9. $53.50/day Last place was $60/day but had to be talked up from 50% per diems when at crew houses.
  10. This is neither here nor there, but I watched Alien Covenant the other night and I'm pretty sure the drop ship pilots were wearing Northwall helmets? So that was cool.
  11. It gets really special when you combine Company 1, 3, and 4...
  12. Yeah, Labour Canada is pretty clear about what constitutes hours of work, despite what the people signing the pay cheques may try to tell you. Namely: In general, an employee is performing “work" when the employee: is on any trial period or training required by the employer; is on travel time required by the employer; is at the employer’s disposal on the worksite and the employee is required to wait for work to be assigned or is assigned work outside their normal responsibilities; and is on a scheduled break granted by the employer.
  13. Well, I haven't worn it other than around the house, as it's a lightweight one. And I ordered the pants too long, so I need to get them hemmed. But so far, I think it'll be good! It's very comfy, and the new-style collar isn't nearly as nerdy as I worried it might be. I think I may miss rolling up the sleeves like on my onesie, and it could do with more of a variety of pocket sizes (all the flashlight/pen pockets are identical sizes). I also didn't spring for any "options". I'll check back in once I wear it for a shift or two.
  14. They have nomex ones too, but you have to call for pricing. I have a 2 piece in my locker right now
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