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Members of the Canadian Grenadier Guards in Montreal, QC drove from Montreal to Ottawa to pay tribute to Corporal Nathan Cirillo in front of the National War Memorial during a Commemoration event in Ottawa, ON on Oct. 23.
Canadian Armed Forces soldiers stand in front of the National War Memorial during the Commemoration event in Ottawa, ON on Oct. 23.
The Right Honourable Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada and General Tom Lawson, Chief of the Defence Staff, return the salute from members of the National Sentry Program at the National War Memorial, in Ottawa, ON on Oct. 24.
Members of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada regiment carry Corporal Nathan Cirillo’s casket from McEvoy-Shields funeral parlour to the hearse during his final journey home on Oct . 24, Ottawa, Ontario.
Spectators pay tribute to Cpl Nathan Cirillo in front of the National War Memorial during the Commemoration event Oct. 23.
Canadian Armed Forces members parade during a Commemoration event, held at the National War Memorial in Ottawa, Ontario on Oct. 23, paying tribute to Cpl Nathan Cirillo.
On Oct. 23 at 3 Wing Bagotville and 8 Wing Trenton, approximately 140 personnel from Canadian Forces Bases and Wings across Canada deployed on their mission to Southwest Asia in support of Operation Impact. In light of recent events, I am proud and thankful that our Canadian Armed Forces’ men and women stand courageously for […]
Considered one of the most difficult ultramarathon on the planet, the Grand to Grand Ultramarathon (G2G) is gruelling says LCdr Francis Leung. It takes determined participants 273 kilometres, from the North Rim of the Grand Canyon in Arizona to the Grand Staircase in Utah. The naval officer knows this firsthand, having recently completed the race […]
An anchor of a historic naval ship has been discovered. This anchor, believed to have belonged to HMCS Niobe, has been unearthed at HMC Dockyard in Halifax Niobe was the first Canadian warship to enter Canada’s territorial waters, on Oct. 21, 1910, a landmark event in the beginnings of the Naval Service of Canada. As […]
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