CANADA'S ARCTIC SOVEREIGNTY AFTER THE WAR EXPLORED

Feb 26, 2016

By Michael Kramer

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The Canadian effort to assert our Arctic sovereignty after the Second World War is explored and documented – in two new exhibits at military museums in Calgary.

The Cold Before the War features items and photographs from the collection of the University of Calgary’s Arctic Institute.

And Mapping a Cold War was inspired by Ottawa artist Leslie Reid’s father – who flew Arctic mapping missions with the Royal Canadian Air Force during the Cold War.

The exhibits open today in Calgary.

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