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Messages From The Ombudsman | Ombudsman | National Defence | Canadian Forces

Aug 14, 2019 ... Reservists August 8, 2017 Ombudsman Launches New Online Booking Tool July 14, 2017 Progress Report on Recommendations April 25, 2017 Support to Bereaved Military Families April 6, 2017 Ombudsman Recognizes the Commemoration of 100th Anniversary of the Canadian Victory at the Battle of Vimy Ridge on April 9, 1917 April 4, 2017 Introducing LGen (ret) Walter Semianiw

Article | Members of The Royal Canadian Hussars (Montreal) cross the pond to visit their royal Colonel-in-Chief

Aug 7, 2019 ... deployed, equipment, evolution of the mounted troop, and the progression of the writing of the unit history topped the list.” The Regiment’s senior leadership presented their Colonel-in-Chief with a beautiful commemorative plate bearing the Regiment’s unit identification and Latin motto “NON NOBIS SED PATRIAE” which means “Not for ourselves but for our country

Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada - History and culture

Jul 24, 2019 ...Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada The mandate of the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada is to advise the Government of Canada, through the Minister of the Environment, on the commemoration of nationally significant aspects of Canada's history. Following a thorough evaluation process and recommendation by the Board, the Minister declares

Culture and history - St. Andrews Blockhouse National Historic Site

Aug 1, 2019 ... for the war’s duration. The western battery was originally equipped with three 18-pounder guns, all pointing seaward. Today you can tour the only remaining blockhouse in Canada built for the War of 1812! History Hometown heros Commemorative intent The War of 1812 Blockhouses Military services Private residence Restoration activities

Chapter 8 Colours and flags

Aug 13, 2019 ... or other material, attachable to a staff or halyard, and used as a means of identification or for signalling. As a generic term, it includes Colours. In this chapter it specifically means only those non-consecrated flags which may be carried on parade, i.e., Commemorative (Royal) banners, the National Flag, the CAF Ensign and Command Flags. Commemorative (Royal

St. Peter's Canal 150 - St. Peters Canal National Historic Site

Jul 31, 2019 .... If you’re a boater, don’t forget to pick up a commemorative boating certificate for passing through the lock during this milestone year. Enjoy a picnic while you watch boats pass through the canal lock and speak to canal staff to learn more about the rich history of St. Peter’s and its canal. If you want to learn more about the village’s natural and cultural

Day of Mourning Commemorative Pin (Forget-me-not) - Printer-friendly

Feb 28, 2019 ... Skip to content | Home > Products and Services > Promotion Tools Day of Mourning Commemorative Pin (Forget-me-not) Wear your support for this national day at your workplace

Hometown heroes - St. Andrews Blockhouse National Historic Site

Aug 1, 2019 ...Hometown heroes Canada’s participation in the First World War (1914-1918) and the Second World War (1939-1945) touched every community in this country. Parks Canada invites Canadians to join us in commemorating individuals from all walks of life who made unique contributions to the war effort. During these global conflicts, civilians and those in the armed

War of 1812 - Maumee

Jul 22, 2019 ...Maumee War of 1812 Date 5 May 1813 Geographical parameters No geographical parameters defined. Context A battle honour forming part of the Government of Canada’s awards in commemoration of the War of 1812.Footnote 1 Description In the spring of 1813 British forces attempted to undermine American attempts to build up their military forces in northern Ohio

What we heard I - Gros Morne National Park

Aug 19, 2019 ...What we heard I What We Heard (PDF, 792 KB) 1.0 Introduction Parks Canada's Mandate: To protect and present nationally significant examples of Canada's natural and cultural heritage, and foster public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment in ways that ensure their ecological and commemorative integrity for present and future generations. The Canada

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