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

Canadian air traffic controllers have bought hundreds of pizzas for their US colleagues who aren’t getting paid as the government shutdown continues.

Peter Duffey, president of the Canadian Air Traffic Control Association, said that Canadian air traffic controllers in the Edmonton area control center sent pizzas to the controllers in Anchorage, Alaska, “out of the blue,” according to Canadian outlet Global News.

This turned into a larger campaign, with air traffic controllers across Canada — in

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