|Branch||Royal Canadian Air Force|
|Role||Aerobatic flight demonstration team|
|Garrison/HQ||CFB Portage la Prairie|
|Colors||Gold, Dark blue, Red trim|
|Wing Commander O. B. Philp|
The Golden Centennaires were a Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) aerobatic flying team that performed in 1967, the Canadian Centennial year. The team was created to celebrate the Canadian Centennial. The eight-plane formation team, commanded by Wing Commander O. B. Philp C.M., DFC, CD, featured six-plane formations alternating with two solo aircraft. The aircraft used was the CT-114 Tutor, which sported a blue and gold paint scheme.
The Golden Centennaires performed 103 shows in Canada, including the opening and closing ceremonies of Expo 67 in Montreal, seven shows in the United States, and two shows in the Bahamas. The team was disbanded after the last show of the season, but the aircraft were used a few years later to form the Snowbirds, Canada's current national team.
- Dempsey 2002, p. 254.
- Dempsey 2002, p. 296.