The Royal Canadian Air Force pilots train at Camp Borden in Ontario, Canada. RCAF pilots rush towards and board all-metal fuselage NA-64 Yale training aircraft at Camp Borden. The aircraft engines have already been started by ground crews, to save the time of manual starting. The aircraft take off for a mock attack. The aircraft in formations. They make interception attacks on approaching Avro Ansons. Explosions during the mock bombing raid. Simulated dog fights. the aircraft fly low during the fight. Pilots in the cockpits. The aircraft return to the Camp after the exercise.
Allied aircraft practice aerial bombing in Canada during World War II. U.S. Army Air Corps B-17 Flying Fortresses in flight as they bombard the ground and water targets during a mock run. Royal Canadian Air Force NA-64 Yale trainers scramble to intercept a formation of Avro Ansons making a mock attack on Camp Borden. The close-up shots show pilots getting into Northrop A-17A Nomad attack bombers. The Yales fly in formation and practice mock dogfighting.
U.S. fliers in training at Royal Canadian Air Force at Camp Borden in Canada. U.S. fliers getting paid and boarding North American Harvard-IIs. Harvard-II taking off and in flight.
Sir Robert Borden, Prime Minister of Canada, spends a day with the Dominion troops of Canada, famous for their conquering of Vimy Ridge during World War 1. Scene of the field (likely near Shorncliffe). Soldiers train and drill, advancing on a battlefield, running and lying down prone to ready rifles and bayonets. Near barracks, they gather and listen to an address from Sir Robert Borden. Canadian Army soldiers raise hats and cheer.
Alexander Cambridge arrives as the new Governor General of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario. Officers greet Governor General Alexander Cambridge. An aircraft flies over a clock tower. Honor guards lined up outside the Parliament Building. Governor General with officials. Governor General with his wife Princes Alice as she holds flowers in her hands.
A film titled '12,000 turf fans see Curwen win Orpen Memorial' shows Curwen wining Orpen Memorial horse race in Long Branch in Ontario. Curwen's owner receives the winner's trophy.