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by ahnationtalk on November 28, 202214 Views

Sky Canoe wants to make north shore community an operations hub for its remotely-piloted, long-range cargo aircraft

An Indigenous company that’s in the business of producing remotely-piloted, zero-emission light cargo aircraft to ship goods to rural and remote communities is pitching a partnership with a First Nation on Lake Huron’s north shore that would see the small community become a northern logistics hub for its operations.

Sky Canoe — an Indigenous-owned company led by Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation in southern Ontario — held a pair of community information sessions in Mississauga First Nation last week to inform band members of the proposal that’s currently on the table.

The company’s president and chairman, Jason Dudek, says a letter of intent has already been signed between both parties, and a pilot project could be rolled out in the First Nation sometime in 2023.

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