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In Their Words 08 – A Matter of Historical Value

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I am a Canadian military veteran currently living in Phoenix, AZ. I have spent nights and weekends over the past few years publishing short duration non-commercial videos documenting Canada’s involvement in WW2. When I recently ran across a 1941 report by C.P. Stacey on the film recording of Canadian military activity, I was drawn to create a documentary on the subject of his report. Thought you might be interested in a link. Love the work you all do to preserve this facet of our history – please keep it up. Sincerely, George Saulnier “A Matter of Historical Value” YouTube Link: https://youtu.be/N6b5P3fz1pE

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Ottawa Race Day – Vimy Challenge

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    Me posing with the profile for Sgt. Norman Quick along Remembrance Row.
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    Remembrance Row - Sgt. Norman Quick, Combat Cameraman, Canadian Army Film & Photo Unit.
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    Over 20,000 participants were expected to participate in this years Army Run.
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    Mayor Watson takes the podium to support and cheer on this years participants.
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Today was race day in Ottawa for the Canada Army Run; In what turned out to be a beautiful day, over 20,000 converged on Laurier and Elgin Streets in Ottawa to participate in this unique military event. “More than anything, though, Canada Army Run, is about Canadians and the Canadian Armed Forces – Air Force, Army, and Navy – joining together in the spirit of camaraderie and community. It’s a chance for the troops to extend the military esprit de corps to Canadians and to thank them for their support. And, it’s an opportunity for Canadians to say thanks to the men and women who serve them in so many ways at home…

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