Announcing the World Premieres of the Max Fraser Film Bond of Strangers – The Operation Husky Story and the Book Launch of Mark Zuehlke’s book – Through Blood and Sweat, A Remembrance Trek Across Sicily’s World War Two Battlegrounds“ Join filmmaker Max Fraser, author Mark Zuehlke and special guests this fall to honour Canadian veterans of […]
The Seaforths honouring & supporting their comrade Capt Greene The Regimental Sergeant Major John O’Connor, Honorary Colonel Mike Shields, Debbie Greene, and Honorary Lieutenant Colonel Rod Hoffmeister congratulating Trevor on his progress towards walking unassisted.
Air Cadets, Veteran units, and Military bands parade at the 2015 Commemorative Ceremony of the Battle of Britain at the Air Forces Garden of Remembrance, Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC. Consul-Generals in attendance: British Consul-General Rupert Porter, USA Consul-General Lynne Platt, Republic of Poland Consul-General Krzysztof Olendzki, Kingdom of Netherlands Consul-General Gert Heijkoop. PM at BB – […]
By Justin McElroy | Web Producer Global News WATCH: The Canadian soldier who was debilitated in a vicious axe attack in Afghanistan is making remarkable progress in his recovery thanks to researchers at SFU and some futuristic-looking machinery. Leigh Kjekstad reports. It was nine years ago that Canadian soldier Trevor Greene was hit in the head […]
“At the Ready”: Canada’s Reserve Force at Your Service from Reserves2000 on Vimeo. At the Ready: Canada’s Reserve Soldiers at Your Service” which had its first public screening in Toronto last week.
NEIL DAVIDSON, TORONTO — The Canadian Press (Globe and Mail – Published Wednesday, Sep. 16, 2015 6:15PM EDT) He is the 32nd member of Canada’s Rugby World Cup roster. And he goes everywhere with the team. In an era where sports mascots can be superfluous or downright annoying, the plush moose dressed as a Mountie has an […]
Nine years after Capt. Trevor Greene took an axe to the head in Afghanistan, he is walking again. It’s a journey that could change lives. Ken MacQueen, September 11, 2015 | Maclean’s Trevor Greene has a new tattoo on his left forearm. It appears to show a rugged mountain peak and, above it, a string of […]
‘Without that bomb there would be no us’: How an Afghanistan blast brought a medic and sniper together
Joe O’Connor | September 4, 2015 2:41 PM ET | National Post: Article Link It was the middle of the night when the call came. There had been an explosion. Master Cpl. Alannah Gilmore, a Canadian Army medic, grabbed her pistol, rifle and medical bag, jumped into an armoured vehicle and told herself what she always […]