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Avid birdwatcher finds lone seal frolicking in Verdun

A lone seal was seen frolicking on the banks of the Saint Lawrence River in Verdun Monday.

“I go out every day to bird watch near my home,” Jean-Marc Lacoste told Global News. 102 more words


December 29, 1916

Scandinavian Note supporting President Wilson. Germany opens new offensive on Moldavian border. Enemy attack north-west of Verdun repulsed.

European Theatre

Military Myths & Legends: The World's First Black Fighter Pilot

A largely unsung and non-known hero of the World War I was the fascinating Eugene James “Jacques” Bullard of the Lafayette flying Corps.

Bullard was born in a three-room house in Columbus, Georgia, the seventh of ten children born to William (Octave) Bullard, a black man who was from Martinique, and Josephine (“Yokalee”) Thomas, a Creek Indian. 1,118 more words

3rd Annual Round Dance / 3e Round Dance Annuel

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Everyone is Welcome!

This years Round Dance is going to happen in the Verdun Area. The place will be announced in the NEW YEAR 2017! 189 more words


The Somme & Verdun

The Somme & Verdun – 1916 Remembered
By Julian Thompson
Andre Deutsch – £40.00

Nowadays, the Battle of the Somme is synonymous in Britain with disaster and the futility of war. 538 more words


Poetic justice

THERE ARE countless beauties and advantages to living below the border. And there are a few drawbacks.

High on the list of drawbacks is the nation’s love of noise. 197 more words


Almost Done!

Tomorrow is the last day of autumn which means it is also the last day of L’automne (please drop by and like the page if you haven’t already). 33 more words