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Have replied by pm to Bill but for any other Canadian pilots (or rescues) who may see this, please note that we have a sister organization (similar but separate) north of the border. Pilots n Paws Canada has been in operation since June of this year and now has some 245 members including close to 70 pilots across the country. Always looking for more, so we encourage and welcome new members to join.http://www.pilotsnpawscanada.com/
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Pilots N Paws Canada has been launched and is operating now as a completely separate organization but we operate in a similar manner to the US Pilots N Paws program.
Any Canadian pilots who see this post, please come and join us at http://www.pilotsnpawscanadaforum.com
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