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Number of schools: 120
Other organizations: 3
Names on memorials: 47,679
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St. Michael’s College
Newman Club of the University of Toronto

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Vimy Cross fragment brought home for a Parkdale boy

Mark a stone, but let me lie
With my fellows who fought and died
With me on Vimy Ridge

Roy Jones, remembered on memorials at Parkdale Public School & Parkdale CI.

Parkdale’s Roy Victor Jones was one of some 3,600 Canadians who died at Vimy Ridge. A wooden cross marked the spot where he fell […]

Remembering in 2014

The year 2014 began with the promise of much remembering.

One hundred years since the outbreak of the Great War; 70 years since D-day in the Second World War. Princess Anne would re-dedicate Canada’s national war memorial in Ottawa, 75 years after her grandfather, King George VI, first unveiled it in 1939.

For King and Country goes to Traffic Court

In the airport-style waiting room of Toronto West (York) Court House—Traffic Division, the security guard searching bags answers my question about the overhead sign “FAW.”

“I think the ‘F’ stands for first offence,” he says.

My first offence? Failing to produce my motor vehicle permit when stopped by police. A court officer quickly dismisses the charge—with a […]