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January 2011

Library Partnership Expands Program

The popular Lest We Forget program operated by Library and Archives Canada (LAC) has been given new life with a partnership announced Nov. 8 with

Veterans Affairs Minister Jean-Pierre Blackburn – Raising Expectations

A very busy apprenticeship and short honeymoon marked Jean-Pierre Blackburn’s first year as minister of veterans affairs. He has logged tens of thousands of travel miles: two commemorative trips to Europe, a tense trip to the Middle East marked by a diplomatic incident as the plane carrying him was refused permission to land in Dubai, and by machine-gun fire heard in the distance while hopping onto a helicopter for a quick takeoff during a visit to troops in Afghanistan.

Governor General Accepts Position

Governor General David Johnston has accepted The Royal Canadian Legion’s invitation to serve as the veterans organization’s patron. One of his first duties as patron

New Exhibit Focuses on Legion Life

“Almost every community has a Legion branch and I thought it was important to document what was going on there,” says photographer Tobi Asmoucha. The

Military Jumps In After Hurricane Igor Hits

The three branches of the Canadian Forces, along with Fire and Emergency Services—Newfoundland and Labrador— and locals joined forces to battle the aftermath of Hurricane

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