SOURCE: SKIES MAGAZINE Elevate Aviation’s 2019 Inspire Gala was held in Edmonton, Alta., on Oct. 26, 2019. Eight women who epitomize the word ‘inspire’, while
417 Combat Support Squadron (417 CS Sqn) at 4 Wing Cold Lake, Alta., is a relatively small entity within the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF),
Canadian aviation magazine Wings has recognized a helicopter pilot from Newfoundland and Labrador as one of the most inspiring young leaders in Canadian aviation and aerospace.
A national organization promoting gender diversity in the skies touched down in Newfoundland and Labrador this week in hopes of inspiring women to seek out
Yellowknife teenagers will be offered aviation workshops in April, including the chance to meet the first female Inuk captain of a commercial airliner. In Canada,
A learning centre opening at Edmonton International Airport early next year will include a program focused on drawing young women into the aviation industry. The program
The Edmonton International Airport together with Elevate Aviation is launching a new learning centre for youth ages 15 to 24 to encourage more youth and
Over the last decade, the proportion of female aircraft mechanics has hovered at around 2% of the workforce—a disappointing figure, particularly when put into context
Maryam Monsef, Minister of Status of Women for the Canadian Federal government, and Randy Boissonnault, Member of Parliament for Edmonton-Centre, on May 4 announced $10
Economic security is the foundation of women’s empowerment, and by funding projects that improve women’s long-term economic stability, the government is advancing gender equality in Canada.
Air Inuit’s first female Inuk captain, Melissa Haney, is hoping to become an inspiration to others as she travels across the country trying to encourage