The North American Harvard aircraft joined the RCAF (Royal Canadian Air Force) in 1940
and for a quarter of a century, was the RCAF's most famous advanced trainer. The
"Yellow Peril" was a common sight over the prairies of Canada. The two-place, single
engine propellor-driven Aircraft was eventually replaced by the "Tutor" jet trainer.
This 'Yellow Peril' is mounted on a pedestal in Victoria Park, along the Rideau Canal in Smiths Falls.
Photographed at Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada.