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Local author pays tribute to Canada's uniformed women

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Georgina Harvey of Kelowna joined the air force in 1943 and trained as a photographer. She was posted to Vulcan, Alberta, where she spent four months. She worked alongside a number of girls who became friends. Georgie is pictured on the top right. Photo courtesy Elinor Florence.

Not much has been written about the Canadian women who wore uniforms during World War Two. An Invermere author is hoping to change that. Here is Rebecca's conversation Elinor Florence, author of Bird's Eye View.

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Georgina Harvey of Kelowna. Photo courtesy Elinor Florence