Wendy Clay in the cockpit of the CT114 Tutor Jet Aircraft in which she took her final test to qualify for her wings. MJ74-1221. 19 Aug 1974. Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada. Maj W.A.

“After earning her medical degree in 1967 from the University of British Columbia, Dr. Wendy Clay became the first female officer cadet in the Royal Canadian Navy. In honour of International Women’s Day and to commemorate its 150th anniversary, the Canadian Medical Association will share a story of a female physician who contributed to the advancement of women in medicine each hour starting today at 6am. These stories will appear on both Twitter and Facebook and can be viewed on The Canadian Medical Association’s website here.

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