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Vimy Foundation
A Canadian charity that preserves and promotes Canada's First World War history, through education programs, awareness-building campaigns, and legacy projects.
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Isabelle Pilarowski Sep 21
on 10th November 2018 at 5.15 pm "We will remember them" >
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Vimy Foundation 18h
On this , seems very appropriate to reshare this article from 2017, on how the Vimy Ridge memorial became a symbol of peace via
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Brooke Yeates 22h
Three of my favourite organizations come together to honour our WW1 fallen and history.
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CBC P.E.I. Sep 19
'I had to make the trip': P.E.I. man visits WWI cemetery in search of lost great uncle
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CCGW/CCGG 23h
We’re waiting for you ! Admission to is free during their living history weekend !
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Vimy Foundation Sep 20
Fredericton, N.-B. - Joignez-vous à nous pour une conférence du centenaire de la Première Guerre mondiale de la Fondation Vimy avec le Dr. Lee Windsor . Veuillez réserver votre billet gratuit ici:
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Vimy Foundation Sep 20
Fredericton, NB! Join us on Sept 28 for the Vimy Foundation’s First World War Centennial Speaker Series feat. Dr. Lee Windsor of the . Register for this free event here:
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Canadian Letters and Images Project Sep 21
Remembering David Pool, 5th Bn., CEF, killed September 21, 1918
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Vimy Foundation Sep 21
Rejoignez la Fondation Vimy lors de cet événement organisé par Fort york: les cent jours du Canada.
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Vimy Foundation Sep 21
Join the Vimy Foundation at this weekend event in "Canada's Hundred Days' organized by
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The RCR Museum Sep 20
From 20 to 26 Sept 1918, The RCR was stationed in Berneville. They paraded for inspections, attended musketry training, & rested after their 6-19 Sept tour. They also posed for photos such as this one from our archives of RCR non-commissioned officers.
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Vimy Foundation Sep 20
Fredericton, N.-B. - Joignez-vous à nous pour une conférence du centenaire de la Première Guerre mondiale de la Fondation Vimy avec le Dr. Lee Windsor . Veuillez réserver votre billet gratuit ici:
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Vimy Foundation Sep 20
Fredericton, NB! Join us on Sept 28 for the Vimy Foundation’s First World War Centennial Speaker Series feat. Dr. Lee Windsor of the . Register for this free event here:
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Musée de la guerre Sep 20
Dès aujourd'hui, visitez Résilience - Traces de guerre de Mary Riter Hamilton 1919-1922 au Musée canadien de la guerre pour voir ses tableaux évocateurs.
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Vimy Foundation Sep 20
Finding a piece of of Nova Scotia's First World War history on the beach at Lower Cove | Cumberland News Now
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Saracens Rugby WW1 Sep 20
We picked a superb day to pay a visit to the Canadian Memorial at Vimy Ridge this week. A quite awe-inspiring tribute to the sacrifice of the Canadian soldiers in WW1
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Adam Montgomery Sep 19
For me, the neatest thing in Hamilton Cemetery was this hauntingly beautiful bronze effigy made for the Walker family grave. It was designed and sculpted by W.S. Allward. You may know him from such works as, oh, the Canadian National Vimy Monument in France.
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LibraryArchivesCanada Sep 20
Sophie Hoerner’s letters during the show the strength of the Canadian nurses, who did their best to keep morale high. Read our article:
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BiblioArchivesCanada Sep 20
Les lettres de Sophie Hoerner pendant la # PGM témoignent de la force des infirmières canadiennes qui ont fait de leur mieux pour garder le moral des troupes. Lisez notre article:
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Finding a piece of of Nova Scotia's First World War history on the beach at Lower Cove | Cumberland News Now
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