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Senior retirement residences package Christmas in a box for deployed troopsThe ins and out of sending gifts to CAF personnel this holiday seasonGlenfiddich presents Wounded Warriors Canada with donationCIBC and TPL partner to help Canadian military children2015 Legion poppy campaign begins

Senior retirement residences package Christmas in a box for deployed troops

Reminiscing in memories of old and spreading holiday cheer, 23 All Seniors Care retirement residences across the country will be sending out Christmas care packages that bring the holidays and a bit of Canada all in one box to deployed troops. Residents of the retirement residence have the creative licence to make their Christmas care packages...
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The ins and out of sending gifts to CAF personnel this holiday season

Canadian Armed Forces members are deployed around the world, hundreds of miles away from their families, friends and country. This distance is palpable for both families and soldiers during the holiday season. To bridge the distance, the CAF offers two methods for families to send their loved ones' letters or packages for the holidays. The first...
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Glenfiddich presents Wounded Warriors Canada with donation

TORONTO, On Nov. 9, 2015  Glenfiddich, the World's Most Awarded Single Malt Scotch whisky, provided Wounded Warriors Canada with a check for $123,000 during a charitable presentation at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Since 2012, Glenfiddich has been a proud supporter of Wounded Warriors Canada, leveraging product sales to raise funds...
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CIBC and TPL partner to help Canadian military children

The nationwide bank CIBC recently announced its partnership with the military support foundation True Patriot Love (TPL). The partnership includes a multi-year donation of $250,000 in support of Canada’s Military Children with special needs. “As part of our ongoing commitment to Canada’s Armed Forces and to help kids build a better future, CIBC is proud to...
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2015 Legion poppy campaign begins

In 1914, despite the destruction and devastation on the battlefields of Northern France and Flanders, the poppy flower emerged as the only living thing to grow and cover the land were fallen soldiers were now buried. A year later, Canadian Lt. Col., John McCrae, captured this site in his now famous poem, “In Flanders Field.” One...
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