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Niagara Falls Review
Names restored on Pelham cenotaphLaurence Gagné is getting the lead out — and she’s putting it right back in. T
Names restored on Pelham cenotaph
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 7 days ago
Laurence Gagné is getting the lead out — and she’s putting it right back in. The art conservator who hails from Montreal is meticulously repairing the names of Pelham’s war dead at the First World War cenotaph in Ridgeville. Accustomed to working... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Names restored on Pelham cenotaphLaurence Gagné is getting the lead out — and she’s putting it right back in. T
Names restored on Pelham cenotaph
Welland Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
Laurence Gagné is getting the lead out — and she’s putting it right back in. The art conservator who hails from Montreal is meticulously repairing the names of Pelham’s war dead at the First World War cenotaph in Ridgeville. Accustomed to working... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Names restored on Pelham cenotaphLaurence Gagné is getting the lead out — and she’s putting it right back in. T
Names restored on Pelham cenotaph
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 7 days ago
Laurence Gagné is getting the lead out — and she’s putting it right back in. The art conservator who hails from Montreal is meticulously repairing the names of Pelham’s war dead at the First World War cenotaph in Ridgeville. Accustomed to working... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Feds won’t shell out for old gunnerFor a quarter of a century, Gerald Austin put his life on the line for the Roya
Feds won’t shell out for old gunner
Chatham Daily News / Posted 9 days ago
For a quarter of a century, Gerald Austin put his life on the line for the Royal Canadian Navy. He was a Cold War sailor, one who saw combat in Korea, earned medals and spent most of his career firing giant guns. “The navy is the best thing in the... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Feds won’t shell out for old gunnerFor a quarter of a century, Gerald Austin put his life on the line for the Roya
Feds won’t shell out for old gunner
Sarnia Observer / Posted 9 days ago
For a quarter of a century, Gerald Austin put his life on the line for the Royal Canadian Navy. He was a Cold War sailor, one who saw combat in Korea, earned medals and spent most of his career firing giant guns. “The navy is the best thing in the... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Feds won’t shell out for old gunnerFor a quarter of a century, Gerald Austin put his life on the line for the Roya
Feds won’t shell out for old gunner
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 9 days ago
For a quarter of a century, Gerald Austin put his life on the line for the Royal Canadian Navy. He was a Cold War sailor, one who saw combat in Korea, earned medals and spent most of his career firing giant guns. “The navy is the best thing in the... Read more
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21d
Orillia Packet & Times
Ready to ruck for veterans in needA unique event later this month along Simcoe County and Muskoka roads highlight
Ready to ruck for veterans in need
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 21 days ago
A unique event later this month along Simcoe County and Muskoka roads highlights a problem that still doesn't receive a lot of attention. After serving their country, some veterans end up either homeless or just scraping by, according to Pamela... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Ready to ruck for veterans in needA unique event later this month along Simcoe County and Muskoka roads highlight
Ready to ruck for veterans in need
Barrie Examiner / Posted 21 days ago
A unique event later this month along Simcoe County and Muskoka roads highlights a problem that still doesn't receive a lot of attention. After serving their country, some veterans end up either homeless or just scraping by, according to Pamela... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Feds commend retired Hasty PLarry Shoebridge has spent his life saluting war veterans – and now Veterans Af
Feds commend retired Hasty P
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 25 days ago
Larry Shoebridge has spent his life saluting war veterans – and now Veterans Affairs Canada is returning the favour. The retired army reserves captain and Belleville native was one of 28 Ontario and Quebec residents to receive the Minister of... Read more