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4 Cdn Div / 4 Div CA Aug 8
On August 8, 1918, 102 years ago, Allied forces on the Western Front launched a major offensive against the German lines near the town of Amiens, France This marked the beginning of Canada's Hundred Days at the end of the war – August 8th to November 11th, 1918.
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Veterans Affairs CA Aug 6
-Learn about the personal impacts of serving in peace support efforts from Canadian Veteran Bert Diamond.
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🇨🇦NavalDistinction Aug 10
"With his aircraft on fire, and one bomb lost, [Robert Hampton Gray] continued the attack and released his remaining bomb on the escort vessel HIJMS Amakusa, causing the ship to capsize and sink. His aircraft then crashed into the sea..."
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Veterans Transition Network Aug 9
Today on , we honour the brave men and women who currently serve and have served in peace support efforts. Thank you.
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Veterans Affairs CA Aug 9
On National Peacekeepers' Day, we are reminded of the role that Canada has played in supporting peace. Take a virtual walk through the debris of war and arrive at the resolution of conflict represented by ‘Reconciliation: The Peacekeeping Monument’ in Ottawa.
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The Canadian Remembrance Torch Aug 8
Join “The Torch; be yours” 75 Remembrance Torches! Photo # 8: John McCrae – Guelph Civic Museum, ON The “Remember Flanders” bronze statue in Guelph, McCrae's hometown.
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The Royal Canadian Legion Aug 9
Today we honour, remember and thank and personnel, and provincial and municipal police forces who have served in peace support efforts.
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Seaforth Highlanders Aug 10
Replying to @mike_bechthold
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LGen Wayne Eyre Aug 7
A great initiative from to ensure .
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Spitfire Elizabeth & The Roaring Boys Aug 9
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Foreign Policy CAN Aug 9
Today, we recognize and thank all past and present 🍁 peacekeepers, who have served with honour at home and around the 🌐.
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The Canadian Remembrance Torch Aug 5
Join “The Torch; be yours” 75 Remembrance Torches! Photo # 7: Tom Porter - Qualicum Beach, BC “For my 95-year-old father, Robert Bruce Porter, who served in the in WW2.”
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AHS EMS Aug 9
was honoured to have had the opportunity to take part in the formal ceremony today at Peacekeeper Park in . Thank you for your service and keeping us safe.
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MARPAC/FMAR(P) Aug 8
On this day, the 30 lives that were lost when K-234 (Corvette)was sunk by a German U-Boat during the . Today HMCS Regina is proudly sailing to with its commemorative paint job 💪⚓️
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Field of Crosses Aug 5
Only a few more days until we Starting August 8th walk, run, or bicycle 3km, and post a photo with your hand over your heart to show off your participation. friends and family to do the same!
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Veterans Affairs CA Aug 7
This is Raymond Goodchild, a Canadian Peacekeeper who served in Cyprus. He’s dedicated his post-service life to his local community. Their faces tell the story – explore our Faces of Freedom.
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Top Lawyers Canada Aug 4
If you are a history buff, there is a great podcast Faces of Freedom from -
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Veterans Affairs CA Aug 4
– Calgary’s Buffalo Park is named in honour of the nine Canadian peacekeepers who died when their Buffalo aircraft was shot down over Syria on 9 August 1974. More information:
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Veterans Affairs CA Aug 5
Visitor centre is now open at the Canadian National Vimy Memorial! Come see us, and please make sure to respect social distancing and safety guidelines. For more information, visit
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vincent klassen Aug 10
Émouvants hommages aux Acadiens à et au cimetière de Beny-Reviers . Après 76 ans, la reconnaissance est vive. Decades have passed, but the gratitude of 🇫🇷 communities in is deep and unwavering
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