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Canadian aviation: fraternal plug

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For those interested in Canadian aviation history, my brother has a new website that promises to be a fine resource.

Bob’s been at this nearly as long as I can remember. In his words:

It all started in 1986 with my first book, Canucks Unlimited, and continued through the late ’90s up to 2004 as publisher of Canada’s top-selling aviation magazines, Aviation Quarterly and Aviation Canada. Most recently in 2009, I redesigned, edited and produced the Canadian Aviation Historical Society’s CAHS Journal.

Join us at www.CanAero.ca for the start of something great in Canadian aviation history publishing. Learn more about our books, download a free chapter sample, view the initial photo story galleries, read Robert S. Grant’s Maldives feature-length story, and support the growth and expansion of CanAero.ca by pre-ordering our first limited edition title.

Thanks for looking, and I welcome your comments.

For specialists and casual browsers alike: check it out!

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