Trans-Canada Survey Flight
On July 30, 1937, the first dawn-to-dusk trans-Canada survey flight takes place aboard a Lockheed 10A Electra. This historic flight carries Minister of Transport C.D. Howe. It takes off from Saint-Hubert, Quebec, and makes many stops along the country's young air transport system before landing in Vancouver – a whopping 17 hours, 34 minutes later.