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Canadian air traffic controllers send pizza to US counterparts amid government shutdown

USATODAY.com Monday, 14 January 2019
Canadian air traffic controllers send pizza to US counterparts amid government shutdownAir traffic controllers in Canada attempted to relieve some of the stress of the U.S. government shutdown, ongoing since Dec. 22, with pizza.
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News video: Canadian Air Traffic Controllers Buy Hundreds Of Pizzas For US Colleagues

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According to Business Insider, Canadian air traffic controllers bought pizzas for their US colleagues who aren't getting paid during the government shutdown. Peter Duffey, the president of the Canadian Air Traffic Control Association estimated to the Associated Press that more than 300 pizzas had...

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