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Saving the Lives of Innocent Animals One Flight at a Time

Mission Statement

PNPC Animal Rescue, also known as The Canadian Wings of Rescue, is a 100% volunteer run federally registered charity organization dedicated to rescuing animals within Canada. Our purpose is to work with Canadian rescue groups, shelters, and/or wildlife rehabilitation centres when they are faced with a transportation need. We arrange short flights via our amazing volunteer pilots wherever possible. In the case of long distances, we offer a low cost commercial transport option through our “PETSCORTS” program.

We do not provide international flights. Nor do we import animals from outside Canada, as our charity
mandate is solely focused on the needs of Canadian companion animals and wildlife.

All of the magic happens at the volunteer forum!

If you are a registered Canadian rescue, a pilot interested in flying with us or you are interested in working with us in another capacity, please visit our volunteer forum:

Your financial support allows us to continue saving the lives of innocent animals one flight at a time.

We provide free, or low cost options for, domestic flights to Canadian not-for-profit animal welfare organizations. Transports for abused, abandoned and injured animals to fosters, adopters, rehabilitation or transfers to other not-for-profit organizations.



The Last Laugh

Hi! My name is Harry Ha Ha, and I am the mascot for PNPC Animal Rescue, the Canadian Wings of Rescue! I was abandoned deep…

Max Finds his way Home

We’re so glad we could be a small part of Max’s new beginning on the West Coast with Smiles & Cries Rescue Society. Much thanks has…

Can you give a deserving doggie a lift?

Calling all Alberta to BC travellers!! Meet Blackie. This beautiful girl is an eight year old lab pitty cross who got left behind when her…

Due to the ongoing risks posed by exposure to the Covid-19 virus and the need for social distancing, all operations and transport coordination have been temporarily suspended. We value the health and safety of our pilots, and volunteers. When operations can ensue, we will post a notice on the website to indicate that we are open for business once more. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Stay well, everyone