We might live in a world where knowing how to write code is gold, but for 93-year-old Merle Taylor there is only one code: Morse code.
Taylor learned Morse code at 20 when she signed up to help Canada and the war effort. Her war-time job was to teach it to the pilots through the British Commonwealth Air Training plan.
“There were 59 airbases built across Canada to accommodate the boys from England, Scotland, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia and Canada. It was that group of boys that I taught Morse code to,” Taylor said while sitting in her basement outside Antigonish — where she still taps out Morse code….READ MORE
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