Business: War in Canada

Far and away the toughest airplane pilots on the North American continent are the rakehell Canuck airmen who since the '20s have lugged machinery and prospectors, food and engineers into the vast country north of Canada's twin transcontinental railroads. But Canadian airmen have had no counterpart in Canadian airplanes. During World War I Canada built 2,500 warplanes, but last year she built only 282 machines for a gross of $4,001,622, most of them U. S. models built under license (Lockheeds, Grummans, Piper Cubs). Next year it may be different.

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