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Keep the heid! Celebrating National Tartan DayCelebrating diversity and the contribution of Black Canadian in the CAFR22eR and PPCLI face off Saturday to recreate historical hockey game played during the Korean WarPoppies from around the worldCanadian Bomb Girls effort come to light in new documentary

Keep the heid! Celebrating National Tartan Day

In honour of Canada's roots to Scotland, April 6 has been deemed Tartan Day. It is a day where millions of Canadians celebrate Scotish culture and heritage. While Tartan Day was first celebrated in April 2003, the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) adopted the Scotish culture back in January 1942 when they revealed their very first...
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Celebrating diversity and the contribution of Black Canadian in the CAF

To honour the heroic March on Washington by Martin Luther King and the bravery of Viola Davis to challenge the culture of segregation in Nova Scotia, Canadians and Americans alike celebrate February as Black History Month. For centuries, Black Canadians have made important contributions to Canadian society. Since the early 20th century, many Black Canadians have...
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Poppies from around the world

Poppies are a universal symbol of remembrance and sacrifice. Inspired by “In Flanders Fields,” a poem written in 1915 by Canadian military doctor Lieutenant-Colonel John MaCrae, the tradition of wearing poppies to honour veterans carries on in different countries around the world. Though the concept of wearing...
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Canadian Bomb Girls effort come to light in new documentary

During the Second World War, more than 21,000 people, mostly women, worked with dangerous explosives in Scarborough, ON for four years as part of the Canadian war effort.

Sadly, the stories of these women who risked their lives every day were almost lost to history if it weren’t for Barbara Dickson’s book Bomb...

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