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Politics now one issue

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was in the U.S. this week on business and I shared the stage with the last man to walk on the moon, Dr. Harrison Schmitt, a geologist who was part of the Apollo 17 expedition.

It was certainly an honour to represent the leading edge of aviation as I spoke about flying cars while Dr. Schmitt shared his tales of being transported to the moon in a controlled explosion with a craft that had less technology than today’s wrist watches.

Meanwhile, back in Canada, politics provided as many talking points as we had on stage and was clearly just as polarized and ugly as the U.S.

Interestingly, what binds us all together as Canadians is a massive amount of confusion over climate change and what to do about it.

I can certainly admit that I was a climate change denier, even though I would climb and see the obvious........

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