K.Molson, H.Taylor Canadian Aircraft since 1909 (Putnam)
In 1910 Edward C. Peterson of Fort William, Ontario, built a Bleriot-type monoplane powered by a 25 hp fan-type Anzani engine. His aircraft followed the original design closely but he did make minor changes which he felt to be improvements, and it is thought that it was slightly heavier than the original. He made flight attempts at Fort William beginning on 22 October, 1910, but none was successful. The following June he attended the Moisant Aviation School on Long Island, and also bought a Johnson Brothers monoplane there. He flew this successfully on his return home and this has been reported, incorrectly, as being his original aircraft.