2021

(Canadian Air & Space Museum)

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Collection Status:

Please see the Blog above, and keep checking back for updates.


The collection is currently operating out of an office in Etobicoke. The collection is in storage at the Edenvale Aerodrome, near Collingwood, but is not currently open to the public or for tours during the COVID-19 pandemic. The new mailing address is:


Canadian Air and Space Conservancy

(CASC)

426 Valermo Drive,

Etobicoke, ON

M8W 2L9


The Curator is Brian Keaveney, email “curator@casmuseum.org”.


We still accept physical donations of books and artifacts.


As a Canadian Registered Charity, we accept financial donations at the above address. Tax receipts are available on request with complete donor address.

Webmaster: Brian M Quan

Canadian Air & Space Museum (# 87605-3968-RR001)

Collection Staff/Volunteers:


Curator:          Brian Keaveney    curator@casmuseum.org

Acquisitions:  Terry Ward            collections@casmuseum.org

Space:            Rob Godwin         rgodwin@casmuseum.org

Webmaster:    Brian Quan           bquan@casmuseum.org

For the latest information on the Collection, click here --->

Collection News

CASC honours the passing of one of its volunteers, and Arrow Replica Builder...


More details are in the Blog...

New additions to the site: check the Eras and Library pages...

It is with great sadness that I announce the closure of this website.


With the collection moved to the Edenvale Aerodrome, this website has come to an end. Funding has run out, and the site and email addresses will go dark on December 9th.


I’ve been webmaster since November 19, 2015, when the site was launched on a MacBook Pro 13in, in iWeb, for the Toronto International Aerospace. Through two name changes, the site has basically remained the same: reporting on the collection, as well as Canadian and International aviation news.


Website stats show that pages related to the Avro Arrow replica lead the hits/day rating, followed by the newsletters from our earlier incarnations as “Toronto Aerospace Museum” and the “Canadian Air and Space Museum” when we were at Downsview Airport: before 2011. There is still interest in this organization’s history, but it will be coming from other sources after we close.


Thanks go to those of you who have been fellow volunteers, sponsors, friends and supporters at TAM, CASM, TIA and CASC. We would not have made it this far without your support.


Finally, thanks go to the people listed in the “Collection Staff/Volunteers” section below. All are volunteers, and have devoted considerable time and energy to the preservation of a small section of Canadian aviation history. But, life goes on, and other challenges await…


Regards,

Brian Quan

CASC Volunteer

I.T. Support/Webmaster