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Apr 4, 2019 ... Cemetery, Section 6, Plot K, Grave 5 James Alexander Milne was born on 10 February 1883, at Gellybrands, Cookney, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Raised by his maternal grandmother Eliza Valentine (née Smith, widowed Milne), he immigrated to Canada between 1905 and 1911. He was unmarried and worked as a labourer in Calgary before enlisting in the Canadian Expeditionary
Jan 15, 2020 ...These are the names of soldiers and airmen we have so far identified through the Casualty Identification Program.
Dec 19, 2019 ..., in whole or in part, 12 of Canada’s 19 World Heritage sites. Parks Canada is the federal authority on archaeology on federal lands and lands under water. It is a leading steward of moveable heritage assets in Canada. The national collection of artifacts consists of 31 million historical and archaeological objects with direct links to Canada’s national parks
Feb 21, 2019 ... Site Hands on history at Fort George National Historic Site White glove tour at Laurier House National Historic Site The 78th Highlanders Experience at Halifax Citadel National Historic Site From field to fork at Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site Hi ho, it’s off to the fort we go! at Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site Have a Merry Woodside
Sep 23, 2019 ..., Nebraska, where he teaches painting, art history, and adventure-art. His work has been shown in galleries and film festivals throughout the United States. Daphne Mennell Daphne Mennell is one of the Yukon's better-known artists. She has a number of pieces in major public collections in the Yukon and in private collections throughout the world. Her paintings
Jun 20, 2018 ... archaelogical sites across Canada. His last position was Head of the Historic Archaeological Programme, History Division, National Museum of Man. Walker was elected as a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London in 1980. Finding aid: Show detailHide detail Textual records The finding aid is a file list describing volumes 1 to 25 MSS1535 1 90 Additional information
Jan 7, 2020 ... and a director, Charlie took on new challenges with interest and curiosity. In March of 2019, Charlie Costain retired from CCI and he joined Kelly Johnson and me for a retrospective interview on his career. One final housekeeping note before we start: If you hear one of us mention the acronym, RCSS-- it stands for Research, Conservation, and Scientific Services. So
Nov 15, 2019 ...Royal banners are special flags presented to commemorate specific services. Designs vary by circumstances.
Nov 18, 2019 ...Canadian Forces War of 1812 Commemorative Banner AS APPROVED BY HIS EXCELLENCY THE RIGHT HONOURABLE DAVID JOHNSTON, C.C., C.M.M., C.O.M., C.D., GOVERNOR GENERAL AND COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF CANADA, AND ENTERED ON 20 OCTOBER 2011 IN VOLUME VI PAGE 72 OF THE PUBLIC REGISTER OF ARMS, FLAGS AND BADGES OF CANADA BADGE Gules on a Canadian pale Argent two swords
Nov 18, 2019 ...Communications and Electronics Branch Royal Banner AS APPROVED BY HIS EXCELLENCY THE RIGHT HONOURABLE DAVID JOHNSTON, C.C., C.M.M., C.O.M., C.D., GOVERNOR GENERAL AND COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF CANADA, AND ENTERED ON 20 SEPTEMBER 2012 IN VOLUME VI PAGE 182 OF THE PUBLIC REGISTER OF ARMS, FLAGS AND BADGES OF CANADA. FLAG: Azure the Badge of the Communications