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    montreal
  • a city in southern Quebec province on the Saint Lawrence River; the largest city in Quebec and 2nd largest in Canada; the 2nd largest French-speaking city in the world
  • A port on the St. Lawrence River in Quebec, southeastern Canada; pop. 1,017,666. Founded in 1642, it was under French rule until 1763; almost two thirds of its present-day population are French-speaking. French name Montreal
  • Montreal is a commune just south of Carcassonne in the Aude department, a part of the ancient Languedoc province and the present-day Languedoc-Roussillon region in southern France.
  • Central Station (Gare Centrale) (IATA: YMY) is the major inter-city rail station and a major commuter rail hub in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 18 million rail passengers use the station every year.
    flights
  • (flight) an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"
  • Shoot (wildfowl) in flight
  • (in soccer, cricket, etc.) Deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace
  • (flight) fly in a flock; "flighting wild geese"
  • (flight) shoot a bird in flight
    toronto
  • A city in Canada, capital of Ontario, on the northern shore of Lake Ontario; pop. 635,395
  • Toronto is a town within the city of Lake Macquarie in New South Wales, Australia, approximately from Newcastle's central business district and is a commercial hub for the sprawling suburbs on the western shore of the lake.
  • the provincial capital and largest city in Ontario (and the largest city in Canada)
  • Toronto was a Canadian rock band active during the late 1970s and early 1980s. It was formed in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, by guitarist Brian Allen and American-born singer Holly Woods.

::.:. FLIGHT 621: 40th ANNIVERSARY - Two Boys, a Cat, and a Dog ::..
::.:. FLIGHT 621: 40th ANNIVERSARY - Two Boys, a Cat, and a Dog ::..
The Last Will and Testament of brothers Jacques and Jean Belanger "IF WE DIE, WE GIVE…" POUPONNE, MY CAT, I leave to Mionne Mallette. Sports equipment to Daniel and Benoit Maillette. My typewriter to Evelyne Mallette, and my coin collection from Expo?67 to Jason Gagnon. Jacque's tape recorder to Norman Dupres. Handkerchief to Denis Perrault. Jean's Apollo XI rocket to Pierre Guertin…and so on…until all of his toys and possessions, and those of his younger brother, Jean (12), were given up to his friends and cousins. Jacques (16) was mesmerized with the progress of aviation at the time. The teenager knew about aviation, first hand, as his father was currently an Air Canada mechanic. So Jacques was really excited that he, indeed his whole family, would be flying on a brand new DC-8 "Stretch'…the very largest, and most advanced airliner at the time. And yet, there was something wrong. Did Jacques have a premonition? Why did he think he might not return? What did he feel? Why did he insist on making a will, and giving it to his cousin, and best friend, Jean Mallette, just before boarding Air Canada Flight 621? I'm sure Jacques' family made jokes about his insistence on creating a will for both him, and his brother. Their sister, Rosanne (10) did not create a will. I wonder what the Belanger family thought and said to one another…as they sat together on the ill-fated airplane, and events tragically unfolded. The knowing looks; the sad heads shaking. Did his mother acknowledge, as mothers so often do when their own children amaze them, "Oh Jacques…you were right!" These preceding paragraphs are only speculation but you can be sure some sort of exchange occurred. On July 5th, 1970, at 8:10 am in the morning, Air Canada Flight 621 crashed in a farmer's field beside the West Humber, in Castlemore, Ontario nose first, left wing high…killing all 109 passengers and crew. A caged dog also perished. And the whole Belanger family, all five of them, died together in Castlemore, 40 years ago. Flight 621 In Memorium Adams, Celine Fradette Adams, Pierre J Beaudin, Gaetan Belanger, Mrs. Belanger, Jacques Belanger, Jean Belanger, Roland Belanger, Rosanne Benson, Helen Benson, Leonard Benson, Mary Benson, Richard Bertrand, Ginette Boosamra, Lynn Boulanger, Guy Bradshaw, Dollie Cedilot, Robert J Chapdeleine, Jeannine Chapdeleine, Joanne Chapdeleine, Mario Charent, Jean Maurice Clarke, Devona Olivia Cote, Francine Daoust, Yolande Desmarais, Brigitte Desmarais, G Dicaire, Alice (Marie) Dicaire, Gilles Dicaire, Linda Dicaire, Luke Dicaire, Mark Dion, Suzanne Dore, Jacqueline Earle, Lewella Earle, Linda Filippone, Francesco Filippone, Linda Filippone, Marie Gee, Bernard Goulet, Denise M Grenier, Madeleine Growse, Mrs. Growse, Jane Growse, Roger Hamilton, Karen E Hamilton, Peter Cameron Herrmann, Ronald Alvin Hill, Harry Gordon Holiday, Claude Houston, Irene Margaret Houston, Wesley Jakobsen, Vagn Aage Labont, Gilles Leclaire, Marie Rose Leclaire, Oscar Leduc, Henri W Lepage, Claudette Mailhiot, Claire Gagnon Mailhiot, Gerald Bernard Maitz, Gustave Maitz, Karoline McKettrick, Winnifred McTague, John Medizza, Carla Mohammed, Dolly Molino, Antonio Molino, Michael (Michel) Moore, Frederick T Partridge, Andrea Partridge, Carnie (Carnis) Ann Partridge, Cyril Wayne Phillips, Kenneth William Poirier, Rita Raymond, Gilles Raymond, Martial Robert, Aline Robert, Georges E Robidoux, Lionel Rowland, Donald Silverberg, Marci Silverberg, Merle Silverberg, Steven Simon, Istvan Simon, Mark Smith, Dwight Lee St. Laurent, Blanche Stepping, Glenn Thomas Sultan, Celia Sultan, Jerald. M Sultan, Robert. L Szpakowicz, Borys Szpakowicz, Serge Tielens, Carmen Tielens, Frederick Tournovits, George Tournovits, Soula (Athanasia) Weinberg, Carla Weinberg, S Weinberg, Wendy Whittingham, Jennifer Whittingham, John Whittingham, Reginald Whybro, Mary Baker Wieczorek, Hildegund Witmer, Edgar Wong, Ngar-Quon Wong, Suzie Wong, Wong (Mansing) Woodward, Dallas J © 1970 Mike Quatrale (OPP police photographer) © Pierre Tremblay - Friends of Flight 621 © Paul Cardin - Friends of Flight 621
::: IS TORONTO READY…for the Hawk?
::: IS TORONTO READY…for the Hawk?
IS TORONTO READY…for the Hawk? And the glorious return of the RCAF? I'm not sure they are. Less than two weeks now…this lone GOLDEN HAWK featured on the cover of Canadian Aviator last month…will be ripping up the sedate and virginal skies of Toronto. In fact HAWK ONE will be ripping up the skies all over CANADA, this year, in celebration of what, Torontonian? No idea. Yup, too lost in other things, silly things, waterfront things, green things…saving the planet. Shutting down the Island Airport. You know the boring stuff…the make-believe stuff. The Al Gore nonsense. Still no idea? That's what I thought— Celebrating 100 years of powered flight in Canada! The GOLDEN HAWKS (note plural) were created to celebrate the 50th.. And this lone Golden Hawk returns 50 years later to jetblast the 100th for us! For those other Canadians who are a littl' confused by this whole affair…maybe even afraid of this proud display. Don't be. CANADIANS aren't in touch with the CANADA Hawk One represents. A proud Canada. A much different Canada on the world stage then. A red tory Canada then. Not the leftist joke you see before you. HAWK ONE. Here. Downsview. Wings and Wheels 2009. May 22, 23 and 24th. All the other Hawks are gone now— This one refurbed by Michael Potter (yeah, that one, the software giant guy) to celebrate the 100th Year of powered flight in Canada. Coast to coast. And the engine that powers this baby? MADE in TORONTO. …almost 60 years ago. And from before, "Remember long…LONG…LONG before the SNOWBIRDS…there were the GOLDEN HAWKS! Formed in 1959, the Golden Hawks were created to celebrate the 50th Year of powered flight in Canada. They were disbanded in 1964 after 317 airshow demonstrations. The GOLDEN HAWKS pioneered the “starburst” maneuver and the use of two solo pilots working together as part of the overall team demonstration. Pretty much all aerial demonstration teams have adapted this setup since– The GOLDEN HAWKS were famous for wrapping up their demonstration by doing a low level flyby, with canopies open, and waving at the adoring crowds (please Michael Potter get your pilot to do this!). This Canadair Sabre was made in Montreal (under license from North American Aircraft) and the Orenda engine was made in Toronto. How’s that for an all-Canadian effort! A big hip-hip-hoorah to Michael Potter for putting the Golden Hawk back in the air, one more time, for all Canadians. And if my political party was in charge…the Hawks would replace the Snowbirds…post haste! SCAN of the Canadian Aviator Magazine, March - April Edition 2009

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