"The Canadian Aeronautical Preservation Association  (CAPA) exists to promote the preservation of aircraft, Canadian aviation history, and the retention in Canada of aircraft, airframes, associated artifacts and related materials significant to Canadian aviation."

 

 

 


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"Land of Orchards, Vineyards & Tides"  The Municipality of the County of Kings is located on the beautiful Bay of Fundy, approximately one hour west of Halifax, Nova Scotia’s capital city.
The Canadian Aviation Maintenance Council (CAMC) is a not-for-profit sector council that represents and assists Canada’s aviation and aerospace industry with its human resource strategy, issues and solutions.

Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute (CASI) is a non-profit scientific and technical organization for people interested in aeronautics, space and remote sensing.

The Canadian Museums Association (CMA) is the national organization for the advancement of the Canadian museum sector, representing Canadian museum professionals both within Canada and internationally.

Flight of the Silver Dart
2009 will mark the 100th anniversary of the first powered flight in Canada and the British Empire. Baddeck will play host to aviation enthusiasts from all over the world as they celebrate this centennial with events and activities throughout 2009.


Tim Hortons celebrates 100 years of Flight in Canada!
Commencing on June 29th, CoF vignettes produced by the Canadian Aeronautical Preservation Association (CAPA), Canada Aviation Museum, NAV CANADA, and the Air Force, will be shown on Tim Hortons' Digital Menu Boards at their 2800 stores across Canada.
Tim Hortons célèbre 100 ans de vol au Canada!
Débutant le 29 juin 2009, six vignettes produitent par l'Association canadienne de conservation aéronautique (ACCA), le Musée de l'aviation du Canada, Nav Canada ainsi que la Force aérienne apparaîtront sur les écrans de menu numérique dans les 2800 succursales de Tim Hortons à travers le Canada.


Support Our Troops ribbon artwork courtesy rcaf.com

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Page Updated:  16 Jun 2011