This plane is no plastic replica; it is a real plane erected on a concrete tower in honour of all the allies who died in prior wars. It was built in 1968 on Blockhouse Island, a peninsula park in Brockville that extends into the St. Lawrence River.
An adjacent historical plaque includes a thorough account of the jet use in Canada’s old aerobatic precision flying team. It’s a great place to take some pictures and enjoy the view!
Photo: Rick Leche – Photography, flickr, CC BY-NC 2.0; Google Street View