A helicopter flew over the City of Montreal on Saturday as part of a training session.
It was around 11 a.m. Saturday morning that an injured evacuation exercise took place at the Sacré-Coeur hospital in Montreal. “[Cet] training will simulate the transport of wounded by helicopter from the Farnham training area,” National Defense said in a press release.
Thus, a CH-146 Griffon aircraft from the 438th Tactical Helicopter Squadron could be seen in the sky of the metropolis. This type of device is used, among other things, for the tactical transport of soldiers. "It is also used for search and rescue, surveillance and reconnaissance, training, casualty evacuation operations and counter-drug operations," the statement added.