SK COPA Director

Meet Candace Pardo, COPA Saskatchewan Director

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Aviation is a way of life combining nature, technology, and community. Planning and flying cross countries with local youth groups, coordinating at risk youth to attend women in aviation events, presenting at schools, and enjoying the thrill of advancing my students training through safety and fun is how I enjoy sharing my love of aviation. Across different provinces many fellow Canadians (especially youth and mature pilots) have shared with me that growth in aviation is unattainable or not feasible.

Sharing resources, opportunities, creating safety in each members personal aircraft, and/or starting a career is a challenge we can overcome. I know we can evolve, educate, and grow our aviation community by creating a welcoming and safe environment to our aviation and non-aviation members alike. I want to share my love of aviation with fellow Canadians and bring the sense of excitement back to aviation. Advancing aviation in anyway is priceless and I look forward to being a part of it!

What can we do to help get more young people flying?  What can we do to grow our membership and keep COPA strong?


    • Hey Les, Mike Schultz here. The next COPA meeting is on Feb 13th, 2018. It will be held at the Saskatchewan Aviation Museum in Saskatoon at 7pm. Cheers, Mike


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