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Veterans and Heroes


Thank you to all of those who have helped us raise money for our Canadian Veterans and Heroes! We managed to successively raise just over 1000$. This is incredible! 
Should you wish to continue helping this amazing cause please visit VETS Canada at

Big Thank You goes out to the following local businesses for donating generous proceeds in support of our Canadian Veterans and Heroes. 
    Health Care

      American Revolutionary

      Local Businesses Supporting Our Cause

      Oct 11-Nov 11


          War of 1812

            Post Traumatic Stress Disoder 




                    Cold War Years



                          Post-Cold War Era

                            Panic Disorders 
                              Fenian Raids
                                Physical Pain

                                  Afghanistan War

                                    Night Terrors 

                                      Iraq War


                                          Korean War

                                            Substance Abuse 

                                              Invasion of Canada

                                                Mental Illness 
                                                  Lower Canada Rebellion 
                                                    Chemical Exposure

                                                      Gulf War

                                                        Upper Canada Rebellion

                                                        We are no longer takig donations at this time. Please visit for more details.
                                                          Infectious Diseases
                                                          Honourable Mentions

                                                          We would like to take this time to Thank each and everyone of you for your generous contribution. 



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                                                                  October Crisis

                                                                    Croation War 

                                                                          Libyan Civil War


                                                                              Constant Discomfort

                                                                                Mali Conflict 

                                                                                  Lack of Support and Funding

                                                                                    Second Boer War 

                                                                                      48 hours of battle at Ypres on May 24, 1915. The Germans launches a poisonous gas attach at the Canadian line. 4000 were wounded, 2000 died.

                                                                                        18 is the age s soldier was supposed to be before going overseas; many enlisted early and were in action while underage.

                                                                                          56638 is the number of deaths.

                                                                                            13 kg is the weight of the Lewis machine gun.

                                                                                              3141 is the number of nursing sisters.

                                                                                                424589 troops sent overseas.

                                                                                                  Canadian soldier George Lawrence Price died two minutes before the 11th hour, just north of Mons.  

                                                                                                    765g is the weight of the Mills bomb hand grenade.
                                                                                                      Canada Left the War with a great sense of independence.

                                                                                                        Known as the Great War prior to the Second World War.

                                                                                                          350 is the number of men in Canada's naval service when the war began.

                                                                                                            Billy Bishop was the top Canadian flying ace, officially credited with 72 victories.

                                                                                                              5500 number of men in Canada's naval service in 1918.

                                                                                                                21000 is the number of men and women that wore the badge of the Canadian Army Medical Corps.

                                                                                                                  10% of Canadians who faught in the was did not return.

                                                                                                                    4368 is the number of missing.

                                                                                                                      100 is teh approximate number of naval ships by 1918.


                                                                                                                          1.2m is the lebgth of the Ross Riffle.

                                                                                                                            2 is the number of Canadian naval ships when the war began.

                                                                                                                              132550 is the number of wounded.

                                                                                                                                27 is the weight of a soldier's "basic load" in kg: included a riffle, bayonet, ammunition, grenades, food, extra clothing, and possibly a shovel or pick axe.

                                                                                                                                  198056 is the number of total wounded and dead.

                                                                                                                                    33000 is the number of soldiers in first contigent of Canadian Expeditionary Forces to arrive in Britain on Oct. 14, 1914.

                                                                                                                                      66000000 is the number of shells produced in Canadian factories.

                                                                                                                                        4 is the number of Mills bombs carried by each soldier.

                                                                                                                                          619636 is the number of total served.

                                                                                                                                            4.4 kg is the weight of the Ross Riffle; used by soldiers in the early part of the war.

                                                                                                                                              Known as the Great War prior to the Second World War.

                                                                                                                                                Battles were fought in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, the Pacific Islands, China and offthe coast of South and North America.

                                                                                                                                                  11 the war ended on 11:11a.m. on November 11th 1918.