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Remembering a Canadian tragedy: Flight 21 disaster

Family and friends will gather in a small British Columbia town on Wednesday to remember one of the worst mass murders ever to occur on Canadian soil – a crime that remains unsolved 50 years later and one most Canadians have never heard of.

July 9, 2015  By The Globe and Mail

Canadian Pacific Flight 21 was en route from Vancouver to Whitehorse on July 8, 1965, when the pilot declared “mayday” over his radio. Minutes later, witnesses saw the plane plummet into the woods west of 100 Mile House, in the B.C. Interior.

All 52 people on board were killed, including six crew members and four children. | READ MORE


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