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Operators of conference centres and other facilities in Canada are joining a global trend to be certified pandemic-resistant as they compete for billions of dollars in economic benefits for their cities. A passenger walks through Montreal-Trudeau International Airport in Montreal, Friday, July 31, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson

Canadian conference centres, airports, stadiums join rush for anti-pandemic status

Facilities must follow specific criteria to show compliance with the program’s 20 elements

 

Found Aircraft Company ‘Bush Hawk.’ Photo by Perry Wilson

Missionary plane dedicated at Ponoka airport

MiracleAir flies humanitarian missions to Nicaragua

 

Keith and Jennifer La Roy, Nancy and Norman Hansen, Jud Wickwire and Curtis Letniak. Photos by Perry Wilson

Missionary plane dedicated at Ponoka, Lacombe airports

MiracleAir flies humanitarian missions to Nicaragua

 

Ponoka’s airport will soon lay in private hands as the town has agreed to sell it to the Ponoka Flying Club for $385,000. File photo

Town selling the airport to Ponoka Flying Club

Agreement is for 25 years with option to buy back

Ponoka’s airport will soon lay in private hands as the town has agreed to sell it to the Ponoka Flying Club for $385,000. File photo