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One hundred years of Canadian accomplishments in aviation.
Compiled by Michel Groleau
This sports car was a real car-tastrophe!
The Nonsuch replica at the Manitoba Museum in Winnipeg has long been a favourite for people of all ages.
The Hudson’s Bay Company did not want to leave their employees a second winter without communication from the outside world whenever it could be avoided... so in 1931 an aeroplane was chartered for the most northerly commercial flight ever attempted during this era.
The Avro Jetliner first flew on August 10, 1949, becoming the first passenger jet to fly in North America and only the second in the world, just two weeks after the British de Havilland Comet.