Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo 101004 (cn 344) Originally USAF 56-277 and taken on strength with the RCAF February 25, 1971. Photographed here taxiing out for a flight test after overhaul by Bristol Aerospace - it's very unusual to see the Voodoo without squadron markings or a navigator in the back seat. Was used as an instructional airframe serialed 835B from January 1985 until August 1990 and struck off strength October 18, 1990.
de Havilland Canada DHC-5 Buffalo short takeoff & landing(STOL)utility transport,turboprop a/c developed from earlier piston-powered DHC-4 Caribou.Has extraordinary STOL performance & able to take off in distances much shorter than even light aircraft can.Company data claims takeoff distance over 50ft(15m)obstacle of 1,210ft(369m) at 41,000lb(18,597kg) & landing distance over 50ft(15m) obstacle of 980ft(299m) at 39,100lb(17,735kg) for DHC-5A.2013 Comox Airshow
Canadair of Cartierville, Quebec won the contract to build the RCAF version of the Lockheed The Silver Star with its Canadian-built Rolls-Royce Nene engine was 50 mph faster than the Shooting Star American version.