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The lonely fight of the tuberculous veterans

Time spent in the trenches of the First World War was miserable. Not only were chances of being killed or wounded high, but Canadian soldiers were in the line for days at a time in the same damp clothes, fighting over muddy grounds. It was a perfect breeding ground for tuberculosis. Many were infected...
  • 1. Go To Juno Beach! If you’ve never been to Juno Beach, it’s worth the time and money to buy a ticket for the 70th anniversary. The Juno Beach Centre is right on the D-Day Beach where Canadians landed on June 6, 1944. This year there...
  • 1. Gone But Not Forgotten If there was one time of the year to make a special effort to honour the sacrifice made by the more than 100,000 Canadians who have died fighting for this county, this is it. Veterans’ Week and Remembrance Day are...
  • For nine days in October, Cape Breton Island is home to a unique celebration of music and culture as the Celtic Colours International Festival presents dozens of concerts all over the island, an extensive line-up of community events, and a nightly Festival Club. By all...

    March 1, 2013 by Legion Magazine
    Legion Magazine has won first prize in the prestigious Canadian Cover Awards for its January/February 2012 issue. The national awards program recognizes and celebrates the success of the magazine industry’s top selling magazine covers. Honours go to titles “with sizzling sell lines, compelling photography, clever illustrations—whatever...
  • Two Legion Magazine Covers Are Up For Awards

    February 22, 2013 by Legion Magazine
    Magazines Canada has announced that Legion Magazine is a finalist in two categories in the Canadian Cover Awards for 2012. The magazine’s January/February 2012 issue celebrating the 200th anniversary of the War Of 1812 is a finalist in the category of General Interest, Arts, Lifestyle and...
  • Travelling About: Jan/Feb 2013 Things To Do And See

    January 11, 2013 by Legion Magazine
    1. See Stunning Afghan War Photojournalism At The Canadian War Museum Canadian photojournalist Louie Palu spent an exhaustive and truly dangerous amount of time outside-the-wire in Kandahar to capture the images that make up this exhibit. Go check out the gripping photographs produced by the award-winning...
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