Author Archives: Nicholas Mather

29 Jan

History Preserved with the Link Trainer

For anyone who learned to fly in a Link Trainer during the Second World War and afterwards, one of our displays will stimulate fond memories!

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30 Dec

Russ Bannock Versus the V-1

Buzz Bombs, Doodlebugs, Chuffbombs and Divers – these are some of the names Allied servicemen and civilians called the dreaded German V-1 jet powered flying bombs

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10 Dec

Revamped Museum Volunteer Lunch Program

If you talk to volunteers around the hangar, they will be quick to tell you about a delicious change at the museum within the past few months.

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09 Aug

New Shelves for the Archives!

Thanks to a generous grant provided by the Government of Canada – Department of Canadian Heritage’s Museum Assistance Program, Assistant Curator Ryan Lee purchased new sliding shelving for one of the archival storage rooms here at the museum. The new ...

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14 Nov

Jean Middleton: At the Forefront of Family Programming

We profile Jean Middleton and her amazing work developing family programming at the museum.

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