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Veterans looking for curling clubs to join forces to raise money to help veterans and military families  Grade 4 Breslau Public School students win Remembrance Day video contestMilitary Mom of fallen soldier honours 100 veterans at Dinner Celebrating International Day of FamiliesCelebrating military spouses and their contributions 

Grade 4 Breslau Public School students win Remembrance Day video contest

When Debby Pavlove, grade four teacher at Breslau PS,( a community located just outside of Kitchener) and her family travelled to Europe for the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Passchendaele, she sought out information about her great- great uncle. He had fought in WWI and died in Passchendaele at the age of 24. Pavlove’s father,...
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Military Mom of fallen soldier honours 100 veterans at Dinner 

Nancy Siew, retired Citizen Judge, became a part of the military family when her oldest son, Cletus Cheng, joined the army reserves in 1981.  He served proudly until 1983 when he joined the regular force. Cheng completed his ROPT at the University of Windsor and graduated in 1986 with a degree in Political Science. “He then...
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Celebrating International Day of Families

Perhaps Lilo and Stitch said it best when they described family, “Ohana means family. Family means nobody gets left behind or forgotten.” International Day of Families helps us to remember and observe that. Back in 1994, May 15 was declared the International Day of Families by the United Nations and has been observed every year since...
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Celebrating military spouses and their contributions 

Juggling multiple schedules, figuring out the next career move and fixing a flat tire on the fly without a spouse or family around is all in day’s work for many military spouses. The awe-inspiring resilience of military spouses was considered something worth celebrating 34 years ago by then U.S. President Ronald Reagan. So now, every year...
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