By CBC News, June 28, 2017
Saskatchewan’s wide-open spaces became a breeding ground for flight innovation after First World War
From the early years of the 20th century and onward, Saskatchewan boasted a number of firsts in Canadian aviation history. But two aviation historians say most of us don’t know enough about the contributions the province’s earliest high flyers made.
Those contributions go back as far as 1919, and soldiers who returned home from the Royal Air Force to Regina and found they couldn’t shake their affinity for aviation.