There are plenty of sugar gliders flying around the world these days.
They’re flying in droves, and in Canada, they’re making the news.
In the summer, Canada’s sugar gliding community is trying to stay ahead of the trend with new guidelines and restrictions on flying.
“It’s a huge issue,” said Chris Lacy, an instructor and instructor at Sugar Gliding School in Vancouver, which recently added a sugar glideshow section to its curriculum.
“We’ve seen the number of flights increase,” he said.
“The sugar glide industry is growing in size and we’re trying to adapt to it.”
In the U.S., sugar glided competitions are held in Las Vegas and other cities.
But it’s not just the gliding industry that is being impacted.
The sugar industry has been making changes to help the industry survive.
It’s been a long time coming.
In the early 1900s, sugar glimmers were the backbone of the sugar cane industry.
But as sugar prices skyrocketed and the industry struggled, the glimmers faded.
Today, sugargliders are a little more rare.
The industry is experiencing a boom, Lacy said.
“They’re really the only thing in the sugar glimmer world that’s going to survive, I think, at this point,” he told CBC News.
But in the past, the sugar industry was not the only way the industry survived.
The first sugar glingshow, held in the early 1970s, saw sugar glimmings from Alaska to the Pacific Northwest.
And in the 1980s, the U,S.
sugar industry expanded with the introduction of glimmers from Canada.
“This sugar glitter thing really came from the United States,” said Lacy.
In Canada, the Sugar Gliders Association of B.C. is working to create new guidelines for sugar glims.
They’re encouraging everyone to fly and keep flying safely.
They’ve set up a website that can be used by pilots, and the association has posted videos on YouTube and social media.
“The sugarglider industry has made a big contribution to our country and has been very active in supporting our tourism industry, which is our second largest export, after sugar cane,” said Lori Jost, the association’s vice-president of operations.
She said the sugargliding industry is not only one of the most diverse in the world, but it’s also an important part of the tourism industry.
The Sugar Glider International Federation of Bissau is also trying to help keep sugar glins flying.
The federation has a website, a Facebook page and is working on a Facebook group.
“There’s lots of opportunities for sugarglists to work together, including the Sugarglider International Championships,” said Jost.
“They also have the SugarGlider World Championships coming up in 2019.”
But Lacy says the sugar industries needs more support.
“If we don’t work together and we don’ t work together to ensure the sugar manufacturers are safe and that they’re providing the right products to our sugar glitters, it will continue to be a huge problem,” he warned.
“People need to understand that this is not the first time this has happened, it’s just the latest.”