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Family and Friends remember Sergeant Robert DynerowiczPrincess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry members honour former Colonel-in-Chief Lady Patricia BrabourneFirst World War Canadian soldier’s body identifiedDND releases report regarding SAR Tech’s death in MarchCanadian First World War soldier remains identified

Family and Friends remember Sergeant Robert Dynerowicz

Soldiers from the Royal Canadian Dragoons joined family and friends of Sgt. Robert James Dynerowicz inside the Victoria Barracks at CFB Petawawa on Monday to honour the memory of the late armoured patrol commander. Sgt. Dynerowicz passed away tragically in late April, following a training incident at CFB Wainwright. According to the Pembroke Daily Observer during the...
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First World War Canadian soldier’s body identified

Almost one year after the discovery of a World War One soldier near the village of Vendin-le-Vieil, France, the Department of National Defence (DND) and the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) have identified the soldier as Sgt. Harold Wilfred Shaughnessy of St. Stephen, N.B.. Born in St. Stephen, N.B. on Nov. 3, 1884, Sgt. Shaughnessy was a...
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DND releases report regarding SAR Tech’s death in March

After detailed examination, the Department of National Defence’s Airworthiness Investigative Authority has ruled out equipment failure and weather as the cause of MCpl. Alfred Barr’s tragic death in early March. MCpl. Barr died on March 8 after an accident occurred during a routine training exercise near Yorkton, Saskatchewan. According to the preliminary report, the investigation is focusing...
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Canadian First World War soldier remains identified

The Department of National Defence (DND) and the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) identified First World War Soldier earlier this week, nearly 100 years after he was killed, as Private Reginald Joseph Winfield Johnston of Fairford, Manitoba. Private Johnston was born in Springfield, MB on Aug. 10, 1895. He was raised in Fairford, MB and was a...
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