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Top left: Canadian peacekeeping duty in Cyprus lasted from 1964 to 1993. Bottom: Canadian soldiers pause while on reconnaissance duty in the Sinai. Legion Magazine

One-On-One With The Defence Minister

by Mac Johnston John McCallum (L-Markham) was appointed minister of National Defence on May 26, 2002. A star Liberal candidate in the Greater Toronto Area

Eye On Defence: A Lighter And More Lethal Army

by David J. Bercuson Canadian Forces members equipped with Coyote armoured vehicles on patrol in Kandahar, Afghanistan. In the 1994 White Paper on Defence, the

Rum In The Trenches

by Tim Cook   More than 230,000 Canadians were killed or wounded in the slaughter and inhuman living conditions of World War I. Despite the

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