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  1. You don't need a new booklet to get your medical stamped. Your old booklet can carry a fresh stamp if your new one isn't processed yet...you just have to carry both the old and new booklets at the same time for a period. No different than carrying over proof of a PPC, as that wouldn't be evidenced in a fresh booklet either.
  2. Meaning...service from TC is slowed because of COVID and things are processing slower because most inspectors are working from home, including the licensing folks. It buys a blanket 90 days for pilots who are worried that their booklets may expire before they get a new one from TC. You don't have to make a formal request for the extension and hope that they approve it (which normally they don't these days).
  3. Transport has extended the validity period of holders of aviation document booklets for 90 days beyond the original expiry, as long as your booklet was valid on March 12, 2020. See details: https://www.tc.gc.ca/CivilAviation/regserv/Affairs/exemptions/docs/en/3271.htm I'm sure there are a few people out there that this buys some time for.
  4. Cool story....you do that, and thanks for that update.
  5. Most people start a ranting sentence with a capital letter.
  6. It's a pretty amazing ballsack I must say…...I do find it weird that my balls are the first thing on your mind though.
  7. Oooo, yes....because a random pilot doesn't buy into the virus hype, I must be one of those evil company owners trying to running down my employees for a buck. Lol. Quality thinking champ.
  8. ….going to work, and not wasting my time with masks
  9. It's pretty low risk to extend medicals. I can't see it being an issue if this drags out into late spring.
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