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Calling all young artists for the CAF Holiday Greeting Card ContestHighway of Heroes Ceremony honours Veterans at St. Anne’s HospitalWords Matter- 2017 National Addictions Awareness WeekGarrison Petawawa commemorates Passchendaele at the 2017 Business LuncheonOperation Veteran provides meals for Veterans and educates students

Calling all young artists for the CAF Holiday Greeting Card Contest

Do you have a little artist in your family? Then the Holiday Greeting Card Contest is the perfect way for your little ones to express their creative side while getting in the holiday spirit. Using the theme “How our Defence Team Members Make a Difference,” children of the military community are encouraged to create a design...
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Highway of Heroes Ceremony honours Veterans at St. Anne’s Hospital

As part of Veterans Week 2017, St. Anne’s Hospital, a primarily veteran-focused hospital in Montreal, QC, held a Highway of Heroes ceremony to pay tribute to their veterans. On Nov. 6, a number of guest speakers visited the hospital for the ceremony which took place in the hospital’s auditorium, decorated with the valour of Canada’s Veterans. Guest...
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Words Matter- 2017 National Addictions Awareness Week

The words we chose to use can have the power to perpetuate the cycle of substance abuse, to keep others in a prison of their addictions. This is why Words Matter is the theme of the 2017 National Addictions Awareness Week, a campaign of the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse and Addictions. “CCSA is committed to ensuring...
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Garrison Petawawa commemorates Passchendaele at the 2017 Business Luncheon

The business leaders and military members of Petawawa were whisked back 100 years to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Passchendaele at the 2017 Garrison Petawawa Business Lunch. An annual event to update the local community of the Garrison’s happenings, this year’s Business Lunch took a taste of military life one step further, quite...
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Operation Veteran provides meals for Veterans and educates students

While visiting the Canadian War Museum with his family in 2009, Dr. Paul Kavanagh witnessed a scene in the museum’s cafeteria involving a veteran that was forever etched in his memory and became the foundation for Operation Veteran. He recalled that, upon first laying eyes on the veteran, he was struck by his proud demeanour and...
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