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Ground breaks on new Saskatchewan aviation and learning centre

Saskatoon - Saskatchewan has a rich aviation history and soon there will be a place to showcase it. Shovels broke ground Tuesday for the Saskatchewan Aviation Museum and Learning Centre at the Saskatoon’s John G. Diefenbaker International Airport.

May 20, 2015  By Global News

It was May 17, 104 years ago, that the first airplane flew in the province of Saskatchewan and it actually flew off the exhibition grounds in the city of Saskatoon,” said Tim Munro, executive director of the Saskatchewan Aviation Historical Society.

It might not look like much now but an open area next to the SIIT and Saskatchewan Polytechnic hangar is where the public will be able to learn the aviation history of the province. | READ MORE


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