Avro CF My Uncle was a model builder working for Dehavilland in Malton, Ontario just outside of Toronto under heavy security. After they stopped building these planes he moved to Detroit to work in the design shop for Chrysler.
The sole prototype of the Canadian Avro Jetliner, at Culver City.
Avro Canada CF-100 CANUCK
The Avro Canada CF-103 was a proposed Canadian interceptor, designed by Avro Canada in the early 1950s as a development, and possible replacement of the company's CF-100 Canuck, that was entering service at the time with the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF). Although intended to be capable of flying at transonic speeds, the CF-103 only proffered a moderate increase in performance and capability over the CF-100; subsequently, the aircraft never progressed beyond the mock-up stage.