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Registration is now open for the 2019 CAHS Convention and AGM. The convention will take place 22 - 25 May, at the John Abbott College in the village of Ste Anne de Bellevue, west of Montreal, Quebec. Full convention registration includes a tour of the Montreal Aviation Museum and other local aviation attractions, a banquet, and the opportunity to meet others who share your passion for aviation.

Convention files:

647704 pdf 100Letter from the National President
647704 pdf 100Letter from the Montreal Chapter President
647704 pdf 100CAHS Convention FAQ
647704 pdf 100AGM Notice
647704 pdf 100AGM Proxy
647704 pdf 100Convention Schedule
647704 pdf 100Convention Registration

Please send your registration and payment (or AGM proxy form if you are a member and cannot attend) to the CAHS Convention committee as soon as possible. There are three ways to submit your registration:
a) Send hard copy registration to CAHS, PO Box 2700, Station D, Ottawa, Ontario, K1P 5W7 or
b) Send a scan of your registration form to treasurer@cahs.ca AND jbell320@gmail.com or
c) Register online HERE

There are numerous ways to submit your payment:
a) Mail us a cheque;
b) Provide us with your credit card information
c) Submit a payment through PayPal (send to paypal@cahs.ca); or
d) Send an e-transfer through your bank (use treasurer@cahs.ca).

We have arranged a terrific slate of speakers for everyone's interest:

Ted Barris, author of Dam Busters - Canadian Airmen and the Secret Raid Against Nazi Germany;

Jerry Vernon, CAHS Vancouver Chapter President, The Supermarine Stranraer in RCAF and Commercial Service;<

John Orr, PERSEVERANCE: Some reflections on 55 years of the Canadian Sea King;

Dick Pickering, former CAHS Montreal Chapter President, The Romance of Flying: The flying career of Doug Pickering;

David Waechter, author, The R100 Airship and the Contributions of Barnes Neville Wallis and Nevil Shute Norway;

Pierre Thiffault, The story of the first known aviator in Canada... a boy of only 14 !

Jim Mason, CAHS Montreal Chapter President, Canadian Boardrooms in the Sky;

and more.

We are very pleased to announce that our banquet speaker will be John Maris, a 2018 inductee into Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame. John is an engaging speaker whose presentation will be interesting to all.

To register for the convention, please complete this form:
and send your payment by cheque, made out to CAHS, to
Box 2700 Station D, Ottawa, Ontario, K1P 5W7
or by electronic transfer to treasurer@cahs.ca.
Your registration will be confirmed once payment is received.

courtyardThe link to register at the convention hotel is here:
Courtyard Marriott West Island / Baie d'Urfe
The rate is $142 per night, plus taxes, for double occupancy, $152 per night plus taxes for three, and $162 per night plus taxes for four people.

Budget accommodations are available at the dormitory. Please indicate on the registration form that you would like us to make a reservation for you. Dorm accommodations must be paid in advance to the CAHS If you are bringing a car to the convention site, you will also need a weekday parking pass, available on the registration form.

We look forward to seeing you at our convention!

To view and/or order CAHS 2019 Convention merchandise and calendars, click here.


Sponsors

Thank you to the following sponsors:

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Call for Presentations

Sainte Anne de Bellevue CanalThe call for presentations is now closed. We are pleased to announce the call for presentations for the 2019 CAHS Convention in Ste Anne de Bellevue, Montreal, Quebec. The convention will take place 22 - 25 May. There will be a tour of the Montreal Aviation Museum and other local aviation attractions, a banquet, and the opportunity to meet others who share your passion for aviation. Persons wishing to present at the convention should review the Call for Presentations at this link, and fill out the form no later than 31 January 2019. Those selected will be advised by the end of February. We look forward to hearing from you.