Got this from DiecastAirplane.com
RCAF Airbus CC-150 Polaris (Airbus A310)
437 “Husky” Squadron, 8 Wing, Trenton Ontario
1/200 Scale (With Stand)
Five Airbus CC-150 Polaris (A310-304) were purchased by the RCAF in 1993 from Canadian Airlines (originally delivered to Wardair in 1988) as a replacement for the Boeing CC-137 (B707). Four of the five aircraft were converted in 1997 to Combi Freighter standard with reinforced floors and a side opening cargo door. The fifth aircraft (15001) was modified as a V.I.P. Transport for Government Executives (such as the Prime Minister, Governor General or members of the Royal Family). All five aircraft wore an overall grey paint scheme until the V.I.P. aircraft, as part of a regularly scheduled maintenance period, underwent heavy maintenance which included getting this new paint scheme. The Government of Canada decided in 2013 to repaint the aircraft with a colour scheme and design that is more reflective of Canada's national identity and more in line with patterns displayed by other countries aircraft in similar roles.
I use to have the Hobby Master released model back in 2014 when it was first released. Although detail wise both models are correct, the older HM mould can't compete with the newer and better shaped model from Inflight.
Here's some pictures: