Private Arthur Baldwin volunteered with the 89th Battalion in Calgary in November, 1915.
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James Ernest Padley was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in 1925.
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On April 9th, 1917, all four Divisions of the Canadian Corps attacked and stormed Vimy Ridge.
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Daryl (Doc) Seaman grew up in southern Saskatchewan and worked for his father's road building company before joining the RCAF in early 1941.
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During the first half of the 20th century, some 1.5 million Canadians were called upon to defend peace and freedom around the world during the Boer War (1899-1902), the First World War, the Second World War and the Korean War.
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The Queen's Own Rifles is Canada’s oldest rifle regiment, whose history can be traced back to April 1860.
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Bob Millar graduated from Queen’s University through the Regular Officer Training Plan as an armoured officer in 1969.
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Even before December 1941, General Motors had begun to convert their entire production towards the war effort.
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Nichola Goddard was eighteen when she began her basic training at the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario.
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Clarence Norman (Nic) Nicolay was born in 1921 in Oak Point, Manitoba.
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Over 18,000 Indigenous veterans served with the Canadian armed forces during both World Wars.
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During the Italian Campaign in December 1943, Ernie Bagstad and his Seaforth Highlanders were engaged in fierce house to house fighting in the Italian port town of Ortona.
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Rod served with the Calgary Highlanders Militia from 1948 to 1950.
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Mart Kenney was a Canadian music icon and radio pioneer, best known for his musical contributions during the Second World War.
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The Catalina was a twin-engine amphibious aircraft with a cantilevered wing mounted on a central pylon.
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During the Second World War, Canada contributed a sizable fleet of naval vessels to help in convoy escort and anti-submarine warfare during the Battle of the North Atlantic.
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Robert Hampton Gray was born in Trail, British Columbia, on 2nd November, 1917, the son of a Boer War Veteran.
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To millions of Canadians and airshow fans around the world, Canada's Air Demonstration Squadron is known simply as "The Snowbirds."
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Nicole Patricia Schiele was born in Calgary in 1971.
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Canada's Nursing Sisters have a long and storied history in Canada’s military.
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