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Afghanistan Memorial in Victoria to be unveiled to remember fallenRemembering the Battle of Hill 70Canadian War Correspondent, Adam Day, passes awayFamily and Friends remember Sergeant Robert DynerowiczPrincess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry members honour former Colonel-in-Chief Lady Patricia Brabourne

Afghanistan Memorial in Victoria to be unveiled to remember fallen

A monument depicting a Canadian soldier reaching out to an Afghani child will be unveiled in Victoria, BC in late September as a tribute to all the Canadian heroes of the Afghanistan Conflict. “The memorial is not in the traditional mould of a military memorial, if you will…we tried to make it a little more important,”...
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Remembering the Battle of Hill 70

Yesterday, August 15, marked a century since Canadian soldiers valiantly fought at the Battle of Hill 70 and solidified their role as a formidable fighting formation within the First World War. One of the major victories of 1917 for the Canadians, the Battle of Hill 70 was also the first major Battle fought by the Canadian...
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Canadian War Correspondent, Adam Day, passes away

Described as charismatic, articulate and an astute journalist who was often a voice for Canada’s soldiers, long-time Canadian war correspondent, Adam Day, passed away earlier this month. Day was a reporter with the Legion Magazine, based in Ottawa, from 2004 to recently. During this time he travelled to Afghanistan on multiple occasions as an embedded journalist,...
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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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