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Top Thumbs: drone pilots learn to fly at Aurora College

Unmanned aircraft have proven invaluable for mapping inaccessible landscapes in Canada’s North. How one college is working hard to meet the demand for pilots. The post Top Thumbs: drone pilots learn to fly at Aurora College appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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