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Feb 12 We've updated our 'C' Force site with our new menu and navigation system. Take a look and tell us what you think. Your comments are valuable, as we'll be changing all our sites to the new look in the coming weeks.
Jan 28 Poster - map illustrating the Battle of Hong Kong now available at our Store (scroll down to bottom of page.)
Jan 26 Draft Annual Meeting Minutes for 2016 now posted.
Jan 18 Article in Time: How Untrained Canadian Troops Fought and Died in the Defense of Hong Kong
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In Memory

(HKVCA members' deaths of which we are notified will be posted here until the current edition of the quarterly national newsletter is published)

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Lawrence Ross, RRC, on Dec 29, 2016, in his 97th year

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In Memoriam

Nada Bell, widow of William Bell WG,  passed February 15, 2017. She was mother to Dennis and Marleen Bell and Bill Bell, HKVCA members.

Jesse Clayton, widow of "Flash" Clayton on January 30 (obituary)

Eva Hunt, widow of Clarence Hunt, RRC, E29342 on January 3 (obituary)

Dorothy Morris, mother to HKVCA member Margaret Benjaminson, and widow of William H. Morris, H6132 WG, on  Dec 27 2016

Lyla Beattie, widow of Kenneth Beattie, RRC E30758 passed away at the Wales Home on January 7, 2016 (obituary)

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Our Mission:

To educate all Canadians on the role of Canada's soldiers in the Battle of Hong Kong and on the effects of the internment of the battle’s survivors on both the soldiers and their families. We also assist in the support and welfare of Hong Kong veterans and their widows.

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  • "Passing the Torch" - birth of HKVCA
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