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Spotlight On: Burundi

For many, dance is purely an expression of concentrated movement – energy, action, and artistry working in tandem. Far more than that, however, dance acts as a platform through which stories are told. In her first Canadian exhibition – currently on display at Leslieville’s Yogathletix – humanitarian-turned-photographer Marie-Andrée Robert explores the evolving histories of traditional Burundian dance, as told through her camera’s lens.  

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Portrait of a Hero: RCAF Air Gunner Andrew Mynarski

 

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Pilot Officer Andrew Mynarski. Photo courtesy of National Defence and the Canadian Forces. 

Canada’s Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) aviation history is shaped by the brave and the selfless.

The RCAF has a tradition of producing fearless individuals who use their skills to raise the standards of flight, both in combat and during peace time. 

How to Succeed as a Woman in Aerospace

At the age of 15, Mikaela Shopa had a rare experience. She took a career aptitude test that was accurate. Some kind of high-school software algorithm determined that she should 1) become an aerospace engineer or 2) become a sanitation worker (essentially a garbage collector).  While both seemed like admirable careers, Mikaela found herself drawn into the complex and challenging field of aerospace.

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What is disruptive innovation?

Margaret Milde began working for Solar Ship in May, 2015. One year later, she reflects on Solar Ship’s mission and the true meaning of disruptive innovation.

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Why I Fly: Lead Pilot Tim Shopa on Canadian Aviation

After 31 years with the Royal Canadian Air Force, Tim Shopa has now joined Solar Ship Inc. as its Lead Test Pilot. A retired LCol., Shopa discusses Canada’s aviation history and sharing his perspective on what it means to be a pilot.

Supermarine Spitfire LF Mk XIIs

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