Nanaimo RCMP are investigating a poppy donation can theft from a Tim Horton’s.
“British Columbia was especially malicious for going after potential enemy aliens. They were actually faster at rounding people up than the federal government,” said Borys Sydoruk, chair of the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Foundation.
The Royal Canadian Legion Mt. Arrowsmith branch held a scaled back, social distanced celebration for Remembrance Day || Photos by Tyler Hay
“[The ship was] right off the coast of Russia. We never went in, but we could see the land — we were in that close. And they were watching us like we were watching them,” said Royal Canadian Navy veteran Bill Layman.
In 1968, while serving in the Canadian Armed Forces in Lahr, Germany, Corporal Jim Enright was tortured by Canadian Military Police. His severe injuries crippled him for life.

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