A man in sunglasses approached us. He had a stern, yet calm, look on his face. He said he was a narco-control officer. He quickly flashed an identification card and tucked it into his trench coat pocket. He didn’t have a uniform.
A recap. In yesterday’s edition of The Strut, I told you about pleas to the government from Canada’s aviation sector for help buoy the industry—one that…
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