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Mother of Canadian killed in Syria says he 'really tried to do the right thing'

TORONTO — The mother of a Canadian reportedly killed while fighting the Islamic State group in Syria says her son “really, really tried to do the right thing.” 452 more words


John Gallagher: Here's what we know about the Canadian killed while fighting ISIS in Syria

The mother of former Canadian soldier John Robert Gallagher confirmed on Facebook her 32-year-old son was killed in an ISIS suicide bomb attack in Syria. … 759 more words


Edmonton soldier injured during live-fire training at CFB Wainwright

EDMONTON — A military member was taken to an Edmonton hospital Monday after being injured during nighttime live-fire training in Wainwright, Alta.

The Canadian Armed Forces has not released further details on how the member was injured or the extent of injuries, although the armed forces did say the soldier did contact family after the injury. 116 more words


Canadian Forces officer charged with sexual assault

WATCH: There are more allegations of sexual assault within the Canadian Forces. Edmonton-based Lt.-Col. Mason Stalker, a senior member of the Forces, is charged with multiple counts of sexual assault and sexual exploitation involving cadets. 496 more words


Three Saskatchewan lakes named to honour fallen soldiers

REGINA – Three lakes in northern Saskatchewan have been named after soldiers from the Royal Canadian Horse Artillery and Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry who died in Afghanistan. 249 more words


Three to a Loaf, A Novel of the Great War

More spies.

In Three to a Loaf, 80-something Rory Ferrall recounts his adventures in WW1. In 1915, he was a Canadian university student living in Montreal with his British father and German mother. 556 more words

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Six Canadian Olympians fought in the First World War

This year marks a century since the start of the First World War.

That sombre anniversary makes this Remembrance Day more poignant to many. According to the Canadian War Museum, more than 60,000 Canadians were killed and 172,000 wounded in World War I. 713 more words