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President Roosevelt's words, "the aerodrome of democracy". Pilots, wireless operators, air gunners, air observers, and flight engineers went through months of training at specialized schools. Civilians played an important role in the BCATP , providing instructors for training schools and community support for airmen who were far away from home.
By the end of the war, it had graduated , pilots, observers, flight engineers, and other aircrew for the air forces of Canada, Britain, Australia, and New Zealand. While over half the BCATP graduates came from the North American continent, the plan trained personnel from all over the world including about 2, French, Czechoslovakians, Norwegians, Poles, and about the same number of Belgians and Dutch.
Knowing about our country's military history helps us to understand the Canada in which we live today and how we can build our future together. The British Commonwealth Air Training Plan helped create a legacy in Canada that continues to this day, demonstrating that our future is indeed built on our past.
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The Canada Remembers Program of Veterans Affairs Canada encourages all Canadians to learn about the sacrifices and achievements made by those who have served—and continue to serve—during times of war and peace. As well, it invites Canadians to become involved in remembrance activities that will help preserve their legacy for future generations.
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The Canadian Regional Seminar of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association CPA , held since , brought together delegates from the federal, provincial, and territorial CPA branches for annual training and exchanges related to their work as legislators. The 41st seminar explored themes relating to citizen engagement and protecting democratic institutions.
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During this conference, Parliamentarians, parliamentary staff and decision makers from across the Commonwealth came together for professional development, supportive learning and the sharing of best practices to address the critical issues facing today's parliaments. The conference theme was: Adaptation, engagement, and evolution of parliaments in a rapidly changing Commonwealth.
The Constitution of the CPA vests in an Executive Committee the control and management of the activities and business of the Association.
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