N.S. pilot flying artistic patterns in response to provincial tragedies, coronavirus

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As Nova Scotians continue to grieve after what has been a traumatic two months, one man is attempting to inspire those in the province who may need a hand.

Dimitri Neonakis is a Halifax pilot who has taken to the skies to give the province hope and entertainment during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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Until recently, Nova Scotians were restricted to staying in their homes unless absolutely necessary.

Stuck inside and without much entertainment, residents have gone stir crazy.

But in the wake of the mass shooting in Nova Scotia that resulted in the deaths of 22 people, Neonakis felt obligated to do something.

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1:53Heartfelt messages pouring in from across Canada to support Nova Scotians

Heartfelt messages pouring in from across Canada to support Nova Scotians

He said that he has many friends there and the flight over the Portapique area is one of his favourite sightseeing routes.

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