Archive for July, 2005

  • Return Of The Liberators

    July 1, 2005 by Dan Black
    Clockwise from top right: A tulip is handed to a veteran during the parade; a veteran presents flags along the parade route; roses cover the rails at Westerbork, site of a WW II German transit camp; and veteran Maurice Gauthier and daughter Francine at the...
  • Deep Science

    July 1, 2005 by Tom MacGregor
    PHOTOS: SUDBURY NEUTRINO OBSERVATORY Workers in the early 1990s assemble the massive geodesic dome that is part of the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory. Inset: The dome as it nears completion. Deep in the Canadian Shield, the Precambrian rock that covers more than half of Canada’s land...
  • Eye On Defence: A Defence Policy At Last

    July 1, 2005 by David J. Bercuson
    PHOTO: DND General Rick Hillier, chief of defence staff, will have to steer the implementation of the new defence policy. On April 19, the government at long last issued its International Policy Statement. No matter what fate may befall this minority government in the months...
  • New Paper Sets Direction For Canadian Forces

    July 1, 2005 by Legion Magazine
    There are some major changes on the horizon for the Canadian Forces. Not only is there a new special operations unit—dubbed the Light Force—to support the newly formed special operations group, but there’s a new Canada Command, more soldiers, lots of new equipment and a...
  • Learning To Lead

    July 1, 2005 by Adam Day
    Clockwise from top left: A visit to Canal du Nord; cadet Guillaume Grenier-Lachance at Notre Dame de Lorette and cadet Alex Duncan on the remains of Arromanche’s artificial harbour. Sometimes there is no perfect solution; sometimes the only choice is to narrow your eyes and...
  • Alex Colville

    July 1, 2005 by Jennifer Morse
    CANADIAN WAR MUSEUM–AN19710261-2059 Exhausted Prisoners. Alex Colville began his 60-year career as a war artist, and his lifetime of work has sustained his signature aloofness from those days. Understandable for a 24-year-old artist trying to survive the war and needing enough distance to keep from...
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