CAHS Journal 54-3 (Fall 2016)
The Curious Case of Ernest Lloyd Janney and the Mysterious Disappearing Canadian Aviation Corps (Part 1)
The first part in an extensive examination of Janney’s career as both a real and imagined Canadian aviator. By Hugh A. Halliday.
Canadair’s Tutor-Emeritus: Addendum 2 – CL-41 Models & Proposed Variants
Bill Upton winds down the CL-41 Tutor / Tebuan history with a concise examination of the might-have-beens of the line.
M&C Aviation, SaskAir, and Norcanair (Part 1) – Richmond Mayson, Angus Campbell, and Saskatchewan Government Airways
Regina writer Will Chabun chronicles the history of Saskatchewan’s longest-lived airline from its bushplane beginnings.
The RCAF’s UK-Built Hurricane Mk. Is. Part 4: The RCAF Hurricane Is Overseas
The RCAF’s earliest Hurricanes cross the Atlantic for a second time, now as the equipment of No. 1 (Fighter) Squadron, in the concluding instalment of Carl Vincent’s detailed account.
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