A marvel of Canadian engineering built under duress during the unknown threats of the Cold War era, the massive structure now known as "The Diefenbunker" demanded the development of a number of remarkable made-in-Canada design and construction innovations.
The lecture is free and there is no need to pre-register.
David Noble is a former career Army engineer officer, and provincial and federal emergency management public servant. Now a consultant, David has an abiding passion for researching Canadian history. He was awarded a Heritage Ottawa Gordon Cullingham Research Grant in 2014 for his primary research on the unique engineering and design elements of The Diefenbunker.