Archive for January, 2007

  • The Light Keepers

    January 1, 2007 by Graham Chandler
    PHOTO: GRAHAM CHANDLER Sundown at the Cape Scott light station on Vancouver Island. We hadn’t expected gourmet Hungarian goulash served up on Royal Doulton china. But at the Cape Scott light station on the remote northwestern tip of Vancouver Island–a place that is normally engulfed...
  • Sentimental Journey

    January 1, 2007 by Jennifer Morse
    Clockwise from top: In the passageway of VIA Rail Canada’s War Bride train, (from front to back) Doris Lolly, Brenda Burtenshaw-Butt and Peggy Marshall find their berths and say hello; Joe and Phyllis Cummings say ‘I do’ and renew their wedding vows at Pier 21;...
  • A Mining Town Remembers

    January 1, 2007 by Natalie Salat
    PHOTOS: NATALIE SALAT Clockwise from top: Students at Glenmerry Elementary School light candles for the fallen; Donna Price and Trail Branch President Neil Jarvie; Zone Commander Glenn Hodge and May Batch; Master Corporal Kirk Dumaresque and comrades. “They all died doing the job they wanted...
  • New Sorrow For The Fallen

    January 1, 2007 by Adam Day
    PHOTOS: METROPOLIS STUDIO Clockwise from top left: A young boy places his poppy at the National War Memorial; there were many veterans among the crowd at this year’s ceremony; the Legion’s national literary and poster contest winners (from left) Rachel Bueckert, Maxime Turgeon, Crystal Huang...
  • U.S. Barriers Hamper Our Military Spending

    January 1, 2007 by David J. Bercuson
    Canada has said it will buy new strategic-lift aircraft like the Boeing C-17 but regulations in the United States are making it difficult. Over the past decade or so, the United States has often complained about Canada’s foot dragging on defence matters. The Americans had...
  • Valour Of Four Soldiers Recognized

    January 1, 2007 by Legion Magazine
    PHOTOS: DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENCE From left: Sergeant Patrick Tower received the Star of Military Valour for actions in Afghanistan. The Medal of Military Valour was awarded to (from left) Private Jason Lamont, Master Corporal Collin Ryan Fitzgerald and Sgt. Michael Thomas Victor Denine. For...
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