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Feb 21 We're updating the look of this page to make it more "mobile friendly". Lots more work to be done. Tell us what you think.
Feb 19 On our submissions page: Far East and the Prosecution of
Japanese “Minor” War Crimes
by Mark Sweeney (PDF)
Feb 19 "Lest We Forget" (mp3) sung by singer/ songwriter Chris Gill, from Newfoundland. Listen!
Feb 12 "From One Hell to Another" - George Peterson speaks to The Lance on his 94th birthday
Feb 12 Tribute to Robert "Flash" Clayton in the Orillia Packet and Times
 
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In Memory

Last Post
(last 90 days)
Robert J. (Flash) Clayton, RRC, on Feb 6 (Obituary)

Allison Ronald MacDonald, RRC, E29974 on 28 Dec

Reginald Kerr, WG, on Dec 7

We Will Remember Them
 
In Memoriam

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

Marcienne Lalime, widow of Jean Lalime, RRC, E30691, on Mar 2

Audrey, widow of Matthew Murray (RRC , C-6387) on Feb 19

Leona Theresa Michalkow, widow of Joe Michalkow (WG L41354),  on February 13

May Alain, widow of Peter Alain RRC G18311 on Feb 2

Betty Marsh, widow of Thomas G. Marsh, WG, H6007, on January 16

Doris Hocking, sister of Edgar Smelts, WG, on Dec 18,

Bernice Simons, widow of Reginald Simons, RRC, on Jan 13

Audrey Dearden, widow of John Dearden, WG, on Nov 30

Earlier notifications: Winter Newsletter

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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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