Warbirds planning overflights over Guelph, Waterloo region on Remembrance Day | The Canadian News

The Waterloo Warbirds are honoring Canada’s veterans and active duty members on Remembrance Day to the best of their ability.

Three jets soar through the skies and fly over cenotaphs and cemeteries around the Waterloo and Guelph region, taking off at approximately 10:20 a.m. and returning shortly after 11 a.m.

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“On Remembrance Day, we honor their memory and service, and we also honor those who currently serve Canada at home and abroad,” the group said in a press release.

The three-jet array includes a CT-133 Silver Star “Mako Shark”, MiG-15 UTI and de Havilland Vampire.

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More information about the flight will be shared on the Waterloo Warbird social media channels.

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