|NDB, VOR/LOC, BCLOC, ILS CAT's 1-3a, GPS, GPS Overlay's, RNP .3, .2, .15, .10 Canada, RNP .3 USA. Any Non-precision approach that does not have a charted minimum temperature, must not be flown using VNAV 0 degree's C and below. V/S mode would be used. Non-precion approaches are normally flown utilizing the LNAV mode.
Right now, WestJet is the only operator in Canada conducting RNAV RNP approaches. Each Canadian RNP approach has been designed by and for WestJet 37 aircraft. Each RNP approach is charted with a .3, .2, .15 and .10 minima. We normally utilize .3 unless weather conditions dictate we use a lesser RNP value to have the approach be successful. For many airports, the difference in minimums for each value are very small to non-existant. One OPS SPEC covers the use of all RNP approach capabilities.
DaveP is the pilot responsible for overseeing pilot hiring (along with the People department). I believe he may or maynot have a hand in the pilot selection for Westjet XYZ. He'll answer if he see's your post.