On 5th of July 1970 took place the deadliest plane crash in history of Canada. Click here to see detailed information of Air Canada Flight 621. According to Montreal Gazette, a memorial garden will be unveiled on 7th of July 2013 at the crash side of Air Canada Flight 621. Below you can see a couple of movies about Air Canada Flight 621 air disaster.
Here is a list of top 10 plane crashes from Canada:
Dec. 12, 1985: Arrow Air Flight 1285 DC-8 crashes near Gander, N.L., killing all 256 aboard.
Sept. 2, 1998: Swissair Flight 111 MD-11 crashes off Nova Scotia, killing all 229 aboard.
Nov. 29, 1963: Trans-Canada Air Lines Flight 831 DC-8 crashes near Ste-Therese-de-Blainville, Que., killing all 118 aboard.
July 5, 1970: Air Canada Flight 621 DC-8 crashes near Toronto, killing all 109 aboard.
Aug. 11, 1957: Maritime Central Airways DC-4 crashes near Issoudun, Que., killing all 79 aboard.
Dec. 9, 1956: Trans-Canada Air Lines Flight 810 Canadair North Star crashes near Chilliwack, B.C., killing all 62 aboard.
July 8, 1965: Canadian Pacific Airlines Flight 21 DC-6 crashes near 100 Mile House, B.C., killing all 52 aboard.
Jan. 26, 1950: U.S. Air Force DC-4 crashes near Snag, Yukon, killing all 44 aboard.
Feb. 11, 1978: Pacific Western Airlines Flight 314 Boeing 737 crashes near Cranbook, B.C., killing four crew and 38 passengers.
April 8, 1954: Trans-Canada Airlines Canadair C-4 collides with RCAF Harvard over Moose Jaw, Sask., killing all 35 aboard and one on the ground.