Canadian Aeroplanes (company)
Formed on December 15, 1916, when the Imperial Munitions Board bought the Curtiss (Canada) aircraft operation in Toronto (opened in 1916 as Toronto Curtiss Aeroplanes) at a 6 acres facility at 1244 Dufferin Street south of Dupont Avenue in April 1917 (Galleria Shopping Centre since 1972 and Wallace Emerson Community Centre).
The plant remained opened until after the Armistice and was sold to Columbia Graphophone Company Limited  in 1919. After 1924 it was sold to Dodge Brothers Canada Limited as a car assembly plant till 1918.
The industrial site was re-developed in the 1970s as the Galleria Shopping Centre and Wallace-Emerson Community Centre. The south side of the property is lined with homes.
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