9 years after seaplane tragedy, widower still waiting for stricter safety rules

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Six people drowned following a seaplane crash off the coast of British Columbia in 2009. Only the pilot and one other passenger survived. Following the tragedy, the Transportation Safety Board recommended all seaplanes be retrofitted with "rapid emergency exits" and that all passengers be required to wear personal flotation devices during flights.

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