Archive for March, 2004

  • The Missile Defence Debate

    March 1, 2004 by Legion Magazine
    by Ray Dick The threat is both terrifying and possible—and some say even probable—that a nuclear, biological or chemical attack on North America by terrorists or rogue nations could come from the skies, from tramp ships offshore or even from covert incursions by land across...
  • Bragging Rights

    March 1, 2004 by Legion Magazine
    by Ray Dick Clockwise from top left: A reservist emerges from the woods after completing the nuclear, biological and chemical test during skills competition at CFB Petawawa; Private Velvet Henderson struggles across the water obstacle; a huge truck tire is hauled through the infamous Concrete...
  • The Land Of The Laurentians

    March 1, 2004 by L.D. Cross
    From top: The colourful village of Mont-Tremblant is also busy during the summer months; ski villages are popular destinations. When most people—especially Montrealers—talk about going to “the Laurentians” they are referring to the rugged but pristine recreational and wilderness areas in southwestern Quebec, including the...
  • From top: Victoria Cross recipients Campbell Mellis Douglas, Herbert Taylor Reade and William Edward Hall. ILLUSTRATIONS: Sharif Tarabay Two doctors and a black marine. At first glance an unlikely trio to make up the next three Canadian recipients of the Victoria Cross after Alexander Dunn,...
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