Take a moment to learn about some of the ways Canadians are preserving and celebrating the experiences of veterans this Remembrance Day.
The Canadian Air & Space Museum in Toronto is facing closure and eviction from its historic Second World War location at Downsview. Please take a moment to explore the site past and present and learn about this heritage issue.
Read an excerpt from Danielle Metcalfe-Chenail's "Side Trips and Sideslips: In Search of Aviation History in Canada's Northwest" from the Spring 2011 Journal.
On September 20, the Manitoba Chapter of the Canadian Aviation Historical Society sponsored a visit from Norman Leach, one of Canada’s foremost authors and historians, held at the Western Canada Aviation Museum.
Take a moment to read highlights from Canadian women's fascinating accomplishments in military and civilian aviation, as well as to find out how the CAHS's first female president was recently honoured!
On September 3, No. 418 (City of Edmonton) Squadron Association and the Alberta Aviation Museum rolled out a restored B-25 Mitchell Bomber in honour of that Sqaudron's 70th anniversary. 418 is not the only one celebrating this milestone, however: 2011 is the 70th anniversary 17 others, as well as the Royal Canadian Air Force - Women's Division.
The Midnight Sun Float Plane Fly-In took place July 22-24 in spectacular Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. It was a weekend full of vintage aircraft, flying legends like Max Ward and "Buffalo" Joe McBryan, and aviation enthusiasts from around the world - and was largely organized by CAHS members!