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Lost soldier, son of former B.C. premier recognized by university
The 21−year−old soldier has no grave and his name doesn’t appear on any war memorials.
Jul 8th, 2016
Chinese Canadian war veterans honoured in new photo exhibit
Chinese Canadians who fought in Canada's armed forces -- despite being denied citizenship -- are recognized this week in a new photo display.
David P. Ball
Jan 24th, 2012
Aid watchdog warns of 'escalating stalemate' in Afghanistan as attacks increase
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan -- An organization that keeps track of threats to aid workers in Afghanistan warns of an "escalating stalemate,'' adding the Karzai government is losing its grip on northern...
The Canadian Press
May 29th, 2011
Remembrance Day: their hope is ours
They sacrificed their bodies and their souls. For speech, expression, religion and love. A better life...
Nov 10th, 2010