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Canadian air traffic controllers pay it forward, send pizza to government workers during shutdown

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FARMINGTON, Minn. (Circa via STORYFUL) -- Some air traffic controllers working without pay during the government shutdown were treated to lunch by their Canadian counterparts, who ordered pizza to be delivered to some control centers on January 11.

Mike Napolitano shared an image of pizza delivered to the Minneapolis Air Route Traffic Control Center in Farmington, Minnesota, writing, “You know you picked the right job when your Canadian counterparts buy you pizza when they find out you’re working without pay.”

The pizza was ordered for the staff at Minneapolis Air Route Traffic Control Center by those working at Winnipeg Area Control Centre.

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