• Canadian air traffic controllers are buying hundreds of pizzas for US colleagues who aren't getting paid in the government shutdown

    9 days ago - By Business Insider

    Canadian air traffic controllers bought pizzas for their US colleagues who aren't getting paid during the government shutdown.
    The president of the Canadian Air Traffic Control Association said more than 300 pizzas had been delivered in places like New York, Seattle, and Utah by Sunday afternoon.
    US air traffic controllers have been sharing photos of their $0 pay stubs as the shutdown continues.
    One US air traffic controller said the solidarity from Canada allowed his team to "continue and push through" with their work.
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