The CF-100 Canuck was an all-weather interceptor used by the RCAF during the cold war and later in the electronic warfare role. They were all withdrawn from service in 1980. This one started out as a Mk 4B but was eventually upgraded to Mk 5D. Now it is on display at the Alberta Aviation Museum in Edmonton at the now closed Edmonton Municipal Airport.
The CWHM Canuck was built in 1958 as a Mk.5 all weather interceptor but later converted into a Mk. 5D ECM aircraft and used to simulate enemy aircraft during NORAD exercises. The aircraft is fitted with wingtip fuel tanks instead of rocket pods to extend its range for it's ECM missions. It served in an electronic warfare role with No. 414 'Black Knight' Sqdn in North Bay, ON until Dec. 1981.