A military funeral will be held Wednesday for a Hamilton Air Force pilot who died during a domestic training exercise last week.
Twenty-nine-year-old Captain Thomas McQueen was killed on November 28th near the Alberta-Saskatchewan boundary.
The single-seat jet that McQueen was flying went down on the Saskatchewan side of the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range.
McQueen was a member of 401 squadron at 4 Wing Cold Lake in northeastern Alberta.
The exact cause of the incident has not been determined.
The ceremony is set to begin at 11 a.m., and four CF-18 Hornets from 3 Wing Bagotville, Quebec will conduct a flyby.
A procession will travel after the service along an extended Highway of Heroes to Ottawa for a private burial at the Beechwood National Cemetery of Canada.