Canadian External Relations Reports


 

As can be expected, there was a significant amount of communication and correspondence taking place between the governments of Canada and the United States pertaining to common interests in North American Air Defence. It is somewhat difficult to locate communication that relates to any specific Pinetree Line radar station, or detail that relates to the Pinetree Line in general. None the less – we have gathered a small number of Canadian External Relations reports and offer these for your reading pleasure in an attempt to provide a better understanding of what took place in the early days of the Pinetree Line. Our sincere thanks to the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.


 

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  1. USAF Activities at Frobisher Bay – 13 June 1955.
    Courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
  2. Additional Radar Stations on the Labrador Coast – 6 May 1955.
    Courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
  3. Four Permanent Radar Stations – 11 February 1955.
    Courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
  4. Manning of Communications Stations in Eastern Canada – 7 February 1955.
    Courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
  5. Air Strip Surveys – 14 December 1954.
    Courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
  6. DEW Line, Mid-Canada Line and Continental Air Defence – 8 December 1954.
    Courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
  7. Manning of Communications Stations – 23 November 1954.
    Courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
  8. Briefing on Proposed Radar Chains – 6 November 1954.
    Courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
  9. Temporary Radar Facilities – 4 October 1954.
    Courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
  10. Air Strip Surveys – 7 Sepember 1954.
    Courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
  11. Proposed Establishment of Temporary Radar Stations in Canada – 29 June 1954.
    Courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
  12. DEW Line, Mid-Canada Line and Continental Air Defence – 25 June 1954.
    Courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
  13. Coninental Defence Recommendations of the Military Study Group – 4 June 1954.
    Courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
  14. Public Statement on Continental Defence – 31 March 1954.
    Courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
  15. Continental Defence – 13 March 1954.
    Courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
  16. Nine Additional Temporary Radar Stations in Canada – 5 February 1954.
    Courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
  17. Proposed Establishment of Nine Additional Radar Stations in Canada – September 1952.
    Courtesy of Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.

 


 


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