Well, until the 70's, there were quite some Canadian forces staioned in Germany (as there were Dutch, Belgium, Polish, Danish as well [might be even more, especially in the foremr GDR-part]).
In my county that was Fort Prince of Wales and Fort Henry in Hemer [which actually is outsite the county borders];
Fort Chambly, Fort Henry and Fort York in Soest; Fort St Louis, Fort Anne and Fort Victoria in Werl.
URL=http://www.eroc.de/radio_cae_english/radio_cae-studio/body_radio_cae-studio.html]"This is Canadian Forces Radio CAE in Werl, Germany"[[/URL] was always tuned on by little Walter .... and our county's only skating hall is the former Canadian forces one.
The "FRANKFURTER RUNDSCHAU" published on September 5, 1962 the headline: Every thousandth Canadian lives in Westphalia - Soest and Iserlohn satisfied with the richest soldiers of the world.." In total 16.000 Canadian men, women and children lived at that time here.
The Canadian airforce was even longer stationed in Lahr and Baden in Southern Germany.
Since the website doesn't seem to be online anymore, here's the source of above (and more) from "Google cache"