The Royal Canadian Air Force's Snowbirds, officially known as 431 Air Demonstration Squadron, will be part of the Grey Cup festivities on Sunday with a fly-over before the big game in Regina.

"Next weekend in our home province is a display of pride," said Colonel C.Y. Jonathan Bouchard, Wing Commander of 15 Wing Moose Jaw. "We're very proud to have them as our ambassador, to show our proficiency and our discipline and having them in going to be a memorable show. To show the nine planes over the stadium, make some noise and encourage the teams to start their exciting game is going to be a great thing on Sunday."

The Grey Cup arrived in Saskatchewan on Monday in a Canadair Tutor, the official jet of the Snowbirds, at 15 Wing Moose Jaw.

"The Canadian Armed Forces is very proud of its association with the Canadian Football League over the years. For us, the Grey Cup is more than the score at the end of the match. It's a demonstration of teamwork at its best. It's also about celebrating Canada and one of its greatest events on television," added Colonel Bouchard.

SnowbirdsSnowbirds on display at 15 Wing Moose Jaw