Not Just Clowning AroundPeaceQuest Welcomes DialogueOne Soldier and His ArtTake a Vet to DinnerOn Our Own

Not Just Clowning Around

Looking for a hobby? This retired military member isn't just clowning around. “I have a goal to clown for 6000 hours. Think about that for a minute. That's a whole lot of fun and a whole lot of smiles,” said retired Air Force member, and active Shriner, Craig McPhee. When McPhee was a child, he...
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PeaceQuest Welcomes Dialogue

PeaceQuest is a non-profit organization based in Kingston, Ontario. Its mission, to initiate conversations around peace and to cultivate Canada's deeply held commitment to peace. Members hope to stimulate a nation-wide conversation about the country’s role in peacemaking, reconciliation and social justice. “We are a completely volunteer organization, without staff or an office. I think...
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One Soldier and His Art

OneSoldierandHisArt_ARTICLE2 New recruits used to enter basic training in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. That's where MCpl David Collier began his military career in 1987. His artistic abilities did not go unnoticed. One week into his ten week basic course he was told to produce a comic every Sunday...
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Take a Vet to Dinner

It's a simple concept, really. “Veterans deserve to be recognized for what they have done for our country. They deserve to be thanked. We think taking them out to dinner is a good way to offer that thanks,” said Tobin Kelly, organizer of Take a Vet to Dinner, being held Sunday October, 26 at 5:00PM...
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On Our Own

My family has now been living on Civvie Street for three years. In some ways, it feels like longer, and in others, we still feel very connected to our military past. We had a discussion recently about how we would have most likely moved this past summer, which means that we’ve gone through one full...
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