Jul 25, 2014
Penninsula News Review
Pat Bay history takes flight
During the Second World War, there were as many as 7,500 people working at the Pat Bay Airfield - what is today the Victoria International Airport.
Cowichan News Leader
Foresters lay WWII air tragedy to rest
In December, the public first learned three Lake Cowichan-area forestry engineers had found the 71-year-old wreckage site of an Avro Anson airplane, and the resting place of its four Second World War airmen.
Memorial gardens and monument opened
A new garden commemorating the deaths of five men killed in an air crash on Manx soil during the Second World War, and a memorial to two Canadians among that number, has been unveiled at the Manx Aviation and Military Museum at Ronaldsway.