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Celebrating the 99th anniversary of the Passchendaele Ridge BattleNo Stone Left Alone: Raising awareness, one poppy at a timeThe Royal Canadian Legion names its new Silver Cross MomRemembering Cpl Nathan Cirillo by Helping VeteransRemembering the Second World War – The Battle of Britain

Celebrating the 99th anniversary of the Passchendaele Ridge Battle

On November 10th Canada will remember the 99th anniversary of the Passchendaele Ridge Battle that cost the lives of nearly 16,000 Canadians in 1917.

“The Passchendaele Ridge battle has always been remembered as a costly, difficult, dangerous and at times even futile battle by veterans who lived to tell their story. Though eventually...

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No Stone Left Alone: Raising awareness, one poppy at a time

Randall Purvis and his wife, Maureen Bianchini-Purvis, from the organization No Stone Left Alone, could not be happier of the overwhelming support they have received from the military community and the general public going from 4,000 poppies laid on fallen soldiers’ grave six years ago to some 44,000 this year. “The initiative keeps growing, and we...
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The Royal Canadian Legion names its new Silver Cross Mom

Mrs. Colleen Fitzpatrick, who has lost her middle son, Corporal Darren Fitzpatrick, from an improvised explosive device incident in Kandahar, on March 6th, 2010, will be acting as the National Memorial (Silver) Cross Mother until October 31st, 2017.

As such, she will be responsible to place a wreath at the National War Memorial...

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Remembering Cpl Nathan Cirillo by Helping Veterans

It was a tragedy that shook the nation to the core and though the scars are still visible, the Parliament Hill Shootings of 2014 and the memory of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo has inspired positive change on individual and organizational levels. It was the morning of Oct. 22, 2014, and the country was still reeling from the...
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Remembering the Second World War – The Battle of Britain

The Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) marked the 76th anniversary of the Battle of Britain with a ceremony held at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum in Ottawa on Sunday, Sept. 18.

“Our people are at the core of every successful mission. Today, we honour our RCAF personnel who, seventy-six years ago, fought...

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