I lived in St. Hubert and Cold Lake in the fifties and sixties but my older siblings lived in Rockcliffe from 1947 to '53. As the youngest child (along with my twin sister) with allegedly the freshest brain cells (those not killed off by the mosquito fogger) I've taken on the task of chronicling the family history. My family lived in a P.M.Q. 77 but I don't know which street they lived on. Is anyone familiar enough with the old Rockcliffe layout to suggest which street P.M.Q. 77 might be on? I've found one old map of the base on this blogsite that could help jog memories: http://savecfbrockcliffe.blogspot.ca/2012/07/1965-map-of-rcaf-station-rockcliffe.html
I have figured this out, from comparing family photos of our neighbourhood with the satellite photo on Google Maps (which must be an older image as it still shows the P.M.Q.s).
After analyzing the photos and satellite image I believe that P.M.Q. 77 was on Dubhe Drive just southwest of the intersection with Altair.