Marc Racine's model plane collection is a tribute to the flying aces of World War 1. "Ace" is a designation given to any pilot who shoots down 5 or more aircraft. Canada had more aces than any other country involved in the war. Marc, who lives in the Aylmer sector of Gatineau, Quebec, has built and collected more than 75 planes representing various parts of the world. His showcase also tells the fascinating histories of the heroes who piloted them. To find out more about Marc's passion for this intriguing chapter of the past, he can be reached at (819) 684-8125.