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NEWS: Nunavik June 21, 2016 - 10:13 am

Photo: They’re dropping like flies… CASARA training in Kuujjuaq

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No, it's not a foreign invasion... The Civil Air Search and Rescue Association (CASARA), in cooperation with Sauvetage Et Recherche Aerien du Québec (SERABEC), conduct search and rescue training near Kuujjuaq June 15. CASARA is a Canada-wide volunteer non-profit aviation association that helps to prompte search and rescue awareness and train volunteers. The Canadian Forces 424 squadron, whose members facilitated the aerial search and rescue training, also donated 2,000 pounds of goods collected and donated by students and staff from East Northumberland Secondary School in Brighton, Ont. Those goods included hockey equipment, clothing and school supplies. According to a recent news release, personnel from 424 squadron will continue their mission in Pond Inlet, Arctic Bay, Resolute Bay and Iqaluit and will deliver more donated goods there. (PHOTO BY ISABELLE DUBOIS)
No, it's not a foreign invasion... The Civil Air Search and Rescue Association (CASARA), in cooperation with Sauvetage Et Recherche Aerien du Québec (SERABEC), conduct search and rescue training near Kuujjuaq June 15. CASARA is a Canada-wide volunteer non-profit aviation association that helps to prompte search and rescue awareness and train volunteers. The Canadian Forces 424 squadron, whose members facilitated the aerial search and rescue training, also donated 2,000 pounds of goods collected and donated by students and staff from East Northumberland Secondary School in Brighton, Ont. Those goods included hockey equipment, clothing and school supplies. According to a recent news release, personnel from 424 squadron will continue their mission in Pond Inlet, Arctic Bay, Resolute Bay and Iqaluit and will deliver more donated goods there. (PHOTO BY ISABELLE DUBOIS)

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