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    November 11, 2012 Lest we forget – The Price of Peace and the cost of War

    The Arithmetic of War: $9 Million Compared to $9 Billion for Next Generation Fighter The cost of War and the price of Peace Canada has a long history of service to international human rights, diplomacy and democracy.  Technology equips every soldier, tank, battleship and fighter jet. The need to be at the forefront of weaponry […]

    The Last Post Fund

       We Salute You, In Memory of our Veterans $9,400,000 National Fundraising Campaign Launch. Montreal, Québec – The Last Post Fund has embarked on a national fundraising campaign, entitled In Memory of our Veterans, with Major-General (Retired) Lewis MacKenzie, UE, CM, CMM, MSC, O.Ont, CD as Honorary Chairman for fund raising and Lieutenant-General (Retired) Lou […]

    Canadians ready to help Haiti Earthquake Victims

    PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Military medics have begun treating Haitian earthquake survivors as the Canadian relief effort continues to expand. For the past two days they have been supporting a Belgian relief team at a makeshift clinic treating overflow patients from a neighbouring hospital. There are currently more than 115 Canadian military personnel in the country […]