Category Archives: Memorials in Canada

John McCrae Statue Project

You can be part of the John McCrae Statue Project honouring the author of the famous WW1 poem “In Flanders Fields“. More info below John McCrae Statue Project

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Rehabbing the Vimy Gun

THE GERMAN GUN AT NIAGARA CAPTURED BY THE 7TH BATTALION, CANADIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, 13 APRIL 1917  Prepared by Lieutenant Colonel William A. Smy, OMM, CD, UE December 2009 The German gun, on the Common at Niagara-on-the-Lake until recently, was captured … Continue reading

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Memorial to men of Malvern Collegiate Institute

Malvern monument’s restoration will be celebrated with a rededication ceremony By David Fuller Originally published in the Beach Metro News Nov. 2 2011 A very special 89-year-old will celebrate his arrival in the Beach this Friday – and he’s been … Continue reading

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Protection of Monuments to WW1 Service Men

David Fuller provided this Press Release from Veterans Affairs Parliamentary Secretary Eve Adams Reinforces Government’s Commitment to Protect Cenotaphs and Monuments Toronto – On behalf of the Honourable Steven Blaney, Minister of Veterans Affairs, Eve Adams, Parliamentary Secretary to the … Continue reading

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