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The profiteers of war

Unseemly profits were made during the First World War while men by the thousands were dying in the trenches   The worst thing a businessman can do in wartime is to earn excess profits, making millions while men die. Praying in public while preying in private. Halliburton is still a tarnished brand in the...
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    The bomb girls of Ajax

    February 20, 2016 by D'Arcy Jenish
    During the Second World War, more than 2,300 women from across Canada were recruited to work in the DIL munitions factory When Louise Johnson got the call to contribute to Canada’s war effort in November 1942, she accepted immediately and never looked back or regretted...
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    Clearing the Canol Road

    December 14, 2015 by Tom MacGregor
    Early in 1943, an enticing notice offering jobs for men appeared in newspapers in Dallas, Denver, Minneapolis, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, New York, St. Louis and Tulsa. It read: “Working and living conditions on this project are as difficult as those encountered on any...
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    Five things to do and see in November/December 2015:   1. See the World War Women exhibit This fall, the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa is putting on a special exhibit to showcase the efforts of women during the first and second world wars, whether...
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      1. Converge on the Dunvegan Crossroads for the Battle of Glengarry The Battle of Glengarry returns for its 6th annual re-creation of this pivotal battle in the War of 1812. Re-enactors from Canada and the United States will use muskets, cannons and campfires to...
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    Remembering the sacrifices, celebrating the peace

    September 1, 2015 by Sharon Adams
    For the second year in a row, two children of the Brink family, recently relocated to Grimsby, Ont., from Brampton, are among winners of the Legion’s annual poster and literary contests. Ten-year-old Joseph Brink and his brother William, seven, placed first in the junior and...
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    Travelling About: July/August 2015

    July 1, 2015 by Legion Magazine
    1. Visit Halifax for Canada’s largest annual military event The Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo is a festival of military music, dancing, parades and workshops held every year in picturesque Halifax. In addition to Canadian Armed Forces musicians and pipes and drums, there will be...
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