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During World War II, Canada was known as the "Aerodrome for Democracy." Fitting then, that this museum, opened in 1988, is devoted to the history of aviation from pioneer days to the present, with special emphasis on Canadian contributions. A selection of old aviation films and videos accompanies the exhibits, presenting an interesting glimpse of the past. There is a replica of the Silver Dart, the first aircraft to fly in Canada. There are fighters and bombers used in both world wars: a Spad 7, a Sopwith Snipe, Hawker Hurricane, Supermarine Spitfire and a Lancaster Bomber.

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