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Documentary on Second World War’s Camp Norway to be Shot in Nova Scotia

The green light has been announced for the production of a uniquely crafted documentary on the Second World War’s Camp Norway in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.

In partnership with The South Shore Genealogical Society and Blue Dory Productions, the movie, entitled “When 800 Norwegians Couldn’t Go Home,” is set to shoot in October and...

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Group Established to Unite Operation Cavalier Personnel

For Cpl. (ret’d) Michael Hanlon, reliving the memories of peacekeeping missions like Operation Cavalier has become part of daily life since he created a Facebook group established to unite members of the 2nd Battalion Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group that served in the former Yugoslavia between 1992 and 1993. 

Operation Cavalier was...

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Remembering Canada’s Peacekeepers on National Peacekeeping Day

Since 1948, when the United Nations dispatched peacekeepers for the first time, more than 125,000 Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members have served on international peacekeeping missions, and close to 130 have lost their lives. To remember the sacrifices of Canada's peacekeepers, Aug. 9 is set aside as National Peacekeepers Day. “Canada has a long and proud history...
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