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Royal Canadian Medical Service Royal Banner

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/defence/caf/military-identity-system/royal-banners/royal-banner-medical.html

Nov 18, 2019 ...Royal Canadian Medical Service Royal Banner AS APPROVED BY HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL AND COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF CANADA; FLAG: Gules the Badge of the Royal Canadian Medical Service proper, in the canton the cypher of Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal Or; SYMBOLISM: This Royal Banner honours the exemplary achievements of the Service

Communications and Electronics Branch Royal Banner

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/defence/caf/military-identity-system/royal-banners/royal-banner-communications-electronics.html

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

Canadian Forces War of 1812 Commemorative Banner

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/defence/caf/military-identity-system/royal-banners/royal-banner-1812.html

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

History Browser | Canadian Military History Gateway

http://www.cmhg-phmc.gc.ca/hb-nh/results-resultats-eng.aspx?N=40040+100088&Ne=100000

Jan 28, 2019 ...History Browser Search Results 10 results per page 30 results per page 50 results per page Resource Type > Interactive Resource Subject > Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders > Population Groups > European Results 1-5 of 5 L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site of Canada: Parks Canada's 3-D Tours: Archaeology Select Type: Parks Canada has provided a virtual

Collections without Borders: Sustaining Digital Content at Cultural Institutions

https://www.canada.ca/en/heritage-information-network/services/digital-preservation/collections-without-borders.html

Jan 27, 2020 ... the heritage site. Because the Old Port is a public park with no physical building, the application attempts to demonstrate the coherence of the institution by guiding users around the grounds and sharing its history. Footnote 5 Museums have come to realize just how important digital platforms can be both for preserving and sharing their collections and for engaging

Inuit traditional knowledge - Wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror National Historic Site

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/lhn-nhs/nu/epaveswrecks/culture/inuit/qaujimajatuqangit

May 27, 2019 .... Spending years in the Arctic, travelling and living among Inuit, he gathered invaluable Inuit oral histories. Importantly, interpreters Taqulittuq and Ipiivik were part of his team. In 1869, he learned that the Ugjulik wreck was located off the western shore of the Adelaide Peninsula; Ugjulik (spelled variously) refers to a seal hunting ground, the word meaning

HMCS Messines

https://www.canada.ca/en/navy/services/history/ships-histories/messines.html

Dec 16, 2019 ...There has been only one vessel named Messines in the Royal Canadian Navy.

Army ranks

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/defence/caf/military-identity-system/army-ranks.html

Nov 13, 2019 ...Ranks in the Canadian Army mark a person's position in its hierarchical structure. Badges show a person's rank.

Casualty Identification Program

https://www.canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/services/military-history/history-heritage/casualty-identification-military/casualty-identification-program.html

May 27, 2019 ...-repatriation policy for the remains of service members killed on operations before 1970. Identification process A number of disciplines help the casualty identification process, including history, archaeology, anthropology, laboratory sciences, forensic odontology, genealogy, and the conservation of artefacts. The Casualty Identification Program attempts to identify

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