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Drone Delivery Canada Corp. (FLT.V)

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    TréCool
    The whole drone industry is getting more attention by these days (sushis&beer deliveries in Israel, lung delivery in Toronto and more) this is a matter of time before this stock take off! Yes DDC needs to bring way more revenues than what they are doing right now but we’re on a good way to achieve it
    Bullish
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    Little John
    CBC NEWS -12 hours ago

    Northern B.C. First Nation launches pilot project to deliver medical supplies by drone.

    Google it.
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    david
    Nice interview with global news. He talks about how the next 12 months will be a major 4 season test of how the drones will do. If all goes well it sounds like they want to continue using drones. : https://globalnews.ca/video/8268712/drone-to-deliver-medical-supplies-to-northern-bc-first-nation
    Watch Drone to deliver medical supplies to northern B.C. First Nation Video Online, on GlobalNews.ca
    Watch Drone to deliver medical supplies to northern B.C. First Nation Video Online, on GlobalNews.ca
    globalnews.ca
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    ʂ̙͚̮̝͖̉̀̏ͫͅidehoeyo
    Ontario man has life saved after drone delivers new lungs quicker than any other method available.

    Big news if you ask me, new market for flt to get into
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    Giuseppe
    Edmonton airport project update on Instagram
    https://www.instagram.com/p/CVDqy97L4ND/?utm_medium=copy_link
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    Mohamed
    Soon ddc will annonce their drone delivery success on the university of bc ans Edmonton airport. This month will be huge, they said mid/late October
    Bullish
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    Leon
    see I have a few ppl that laughed at me for buying a drone stock saying they're just toys who's laughing now
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    The Watcher
    Did anyone see this story yesterday? I can't post link or it will be removed.

    "Drone delivers lungs for transplant to Toronto hospital in world 1st, health network says"
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    Little John
    IMGINE getting compared to these names:
    google
    Nvidia
    Amazon
    Ups
    Purolator
    DHL

    And only being worth $1.
    Bullish
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    Keel
    Great news recently regarding testing the companies ‘FLYTE’ software for institutional investors such as NEXEYA military applications, LifeLabs & Air Canada that are all supporting FLT.V. 🍁

    The reports for FLT.V have said that during the middle-end of October, we will see big news & new media. (Meaning big price fluctuations are weeks ahead.)

    Currently, they are not only testing for NEXEYA military services company, but for Lifelabs, and Air Canada. These are major financial players that when they’re satisfied with the test results, will acquire more shares I suspect over the next few months following into the end of Q4 2021.

    Recent price drops have been a result of the making of a discounted deal for FLT.V’s financial supporters. Investors are already beginning to load up on shares before the expected delivery of middle/end of October media coverage.

    Expect big things. Be prepared to be patient with DDC for another few weeks, going into December even.
    Big plays are happening here. Even the military wants to buy FLT.V.
    Bullish
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    S-Man
    Last NR was 2 months ago🥴 Hopefully the lung delivery bring more attention to the drone sector
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    luke
    First lung transplant in Canada delivered by drone in Toronto. Not FLT but promising for drone delivery in general
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    GRG
    Globe says Drone Delivery sees its business growing

    2021-10-05 08:29 ET - In the News

    The Globe and Mail reports in its Tuesday, Oct. 5, edition that the desire among commercial properties to maintain security protocols is unlikely to wane. The Globe's guest columnist Michele Sponagle writes that many commercial spaces are seeking ways to limit person-to-person contact. "The pandemic has caused us to rethink many activities in office buildings, of which parcel delivery is one small example," says BentallGreenOak partner Keith Major. "We don't see any one solution or approach as being the best option for contact-free parcel delivery." Ms. Sponable says having couriers deliver to individual offices floor to floor no longer works. Drone Delivery Canada boss Michael Zahra sees significant potential for commercial properties to use drones for drop-offs and pickups. Drone Canada is already working with clients in health care, oil and gas, manufacturing, and remote communities who benefit from a drone's superior speed and ability to provide contactless, secure deliveries. Mr. Zahra believes that by next year, drone delivery will be a viable option for commercial properties. He says companies need to plan on incorporating drone delivery capacities into their business infrastructure.

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    The CHAMP is in!
    @Free55dom....oh look another account made by what have you done for me lately. He must be up to close to 50 different accounts now.
    Bullish
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    Andy-Dufresne
    The wife is flying in here mother for a visit..yay… I countered with buying another 1,000 DDC shares.
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    Laura-In-Phudi
    Great company to invest for the retirement of your great grand children.
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    Andy
    It’s officially Mid October….MZ 👀
    Bullish
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