RCAF.Info » RCAF Stations RCAF Stations are organized by Province then location. If you would prefer a list organized by unit type and name please click here. RCAF Stations in The Yukon, Canada RCAF Stations in The Northwest Territories, Canada RCAF Stations in Nunavut, Canada RCAF Stations inBritish Columbia, Canada RCAF Stations inAlberta, Canada RCAF StationSaskatchewan, Canada RCAF Stations inManitoba, Canada RCAF Stations inOntario, Canada RCAF Stations inQuebec, Canada RCAF Stations inNew Brunswick, Canada RCAF Stations inNova Scotia, Canada RCAF Stations inPrince Edward Island, Canada RCAF Stations inNewfoundland and Labrador, Canada “Province images by Free Vector Maps” for more information please visit http://freevectormaps.com This Post Has 6 Comments Ken Murphy May 19, 2022 Reply Nathan – some of the questions you ask in your write-up can be answered in the Chalifoux link I posted yesterday on the CASPIR fb page. For instance, RCAF MacDonald. Look in the CAF section, bases and stations, Grande Prairie – Moose Jaw. you will see how the schools names changed. Nathan Kachur May 19, 2022 Reply Thank you for the input. I will need to add links to his information. Mike Kaye July 18, 2022 Reply Hi. Log books of the time often use a 2 letter code for aerodromes ( HU St Hubert, TR Trenton, BG Bagotville) is there a comprehensive list of these for those of us decoding our Dad’s log books ? For a time dad was based at Uplands ( OW?) Thanks, Mike Nathan Kachur July 19, 2022 Reply Mike, Thank you for your comment. I have not spent much time examining log books so am not sure of the codes. I have not seen a list of them that I am aware of. I would recommend posing this question to a group on facebook like “British Commonwealth Air Training Plan in Canada”. The members of the group might be able to assist you in finding the information that you are looking for. Nathan V Szypillo November 15, 2023 Reply Hello Nathan, regarding RAF personnel from England who went to Canada as part of the BCATP, is there any way of searching online for someone who took part? Nathan Kachur November 15, 2023 Reply It is honestly an uphill battle to research without a starting point. There is a ton of information online but finding specific information on any one member can be almost impossible, if not impossible. Even with a service record you may not be able to locate anything mentioning a specific member but the service record will allow the easy determination of location and dates. Without a doubt I would recomend requesting the members service file from the UK government. If you have a flying log book then research and also be done. I have a ton of tools on the site to quickly find primary sources especially in the area of Daily Diaries and have many of the school magazines and there are many other excellent resources elsewhere online. I will follow this up with a personal email and we can discuss what you have so far. Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.