Save the airport building

The administration building at Pat Bay Airport is due to be torn down for a parking lot

The administration building at Pat Bay Airport is due to be torn down for a parking lot.

Built in the early days of the Second World War for the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) as part of the Commonwealth Air Training Program, this building has been in constant use to the present day.

Thousands trained here to serve or die in various war zones in the Second World War.

This building should be saved as part of our heritage and to honour our veterans.

If you agree with this and wish to save this valuable part of our heritage, write or fax our MP, Elizabeth May ay 9711 Fourth St., Sidney. B.C., V8L 2Y8 or fax 250-656-1675.

John McLeod

North Saanich

 

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