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New Heritage Minute Recognizes Canada's Badass WWI Nurses
Posted: 05/14/2015 11:50 am EDT Updated: 05/17/2015 11:59 am EDT
Recognition for the heroism of thousands of Canadian nurses who volunteered during the First World War is long overdue, according to
What is a littoral combat ship
The U.S. Navy on Wednesday said one of its newest warships, the littoral combat ship USS Fort Worth, had completed a weeklong patrol in the South China Sea.
The Vietnam War hero Canada forgot
Pete Lemon's heroics that night won him the Medal of Honor, America’s highest military award, the first Canadian-born winner since the Second World War, plus a chestful of other baubles. Two Bronze Stars, two Air Medals, Purple Heart, Gallantry Cross ...
Queen Elizabeth pays tribute to Hamilton's Rileys
Queen Elizabeth honoured the First World War contributions of three Canadian regiments on Sunday including the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry, the Calgary Highlanders and the Canadian Scottish Regiment.
Sentries at National War Memorial endured abuse, disrespect
Logbooks filled by sentries guarding the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier show occasional public disrespect and difficult weather conditions in the weeks leading to the Oct. 22 shooting of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo. They also show the dignity and calm Cirillo and hi
Army says diversity training sent wrong signal
WASHINGTON — Army officials are investigating a diversity training briefing at Fort Gordon, Ga., in which a slide about "white privilege" was inappropriately shown to soldiers, according to an Army spokeswoman
Iraq, Ukraine mission costs 'classified' in coming budget: DND
Parliament may have approved a year-long extension to the country's combat mission in Iraq and Syria, but the government is once again refusing to say how much it will cost taxpayers. Nor will it reveal the estimated pricetag for upcoming involvement in N
Iraqi Shia militias refuse to fight with coalition against ISIS
Iraq's attempt to retake the city of Tikrit from ISIS has run into a major problem. More than 80 per cent of the ground forces involved on the government side are Shia militias. Many say they won't keep fighting if the U.S.-led coalition, including Canada
Syrian airstrikes could help al-Qaeda
Al-Qaeda's Syrian affiliate, al-Nusra, is gaining strength and rising to the top in the Syrian civil war, benefiting partly from the coalition's single-minded focus on attacking its rival, ISIS.
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