The first of the four-engine Avro Lancaster bombers to be seen in Canada arrived during the end of August at Montreal and was flown with its trans-Atlantic crew to Toronto, where similar ships are soon to be turned off the production line at a National Steel Car Corp plant in Ontario. The plane was sent to Canada so plant engineers could study it in relation to the craft soon to be in production.

This news clip was originally published under the "Canadian News" subhead of the "Aviation Abroad" column in the October, 1942, issue of Aviation magazine, vol 41, no 10, p 267.