Much of British Columbia's rugged coast is serviced by venerable aircraft such as the single-engine de Havilland Canada Turbine Otter. Vancouver Island Air (VIA) of Campbell River, B.C., has found a new way to coax even more performance from this legendary bushplane. Heath Moffatt Photo
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A Turbine Otter aged to perfection

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Sims for schools: The value of flight simulators

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An MD 500, Bell 206 B JetRanger and AS350 B2 belonging to West Coast Helicopters fly over the spectacular coastline of northern Vancouver Island. Heath Moffatt Photo
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Behind the scenes with West Coast Helicopters

Invented and made in Canada, thousands of Bambi Buckets are used to fight forest fires around the world. Mike Reyno Photo
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From buckets to BATTs — the SEI story