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May 26 Do you have an item you wish published in our June newsletter? Make sure to send it to the editor before the beginning of June
Apr 27 From Emmie Flanagan, Director Atlantic Region:

Today, my 12 year old nephew Kohal Flanagan, won 1st place for his Grade 6 Heritage project about the 'Defense of Hong Kong'.

Kohal is very passionate about this topic, and wants to see this part of forgotten history added to the NB Education curriculum.  

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In Memory

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

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Eric Batley - RRC, 16 May

Arthur Schwartz - WG, 15 Nov

Harry Hawryshok - WG, 15 Nov

Bruce Cadoret, RRC, E30538, 20 Oct

We Will Remember Them

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In Memoriam
Widow of Ernest John Whitfield, WG- a Hong Kong Veteran, Elizabeth Margaret Evelyn Whitfield, passed away on April 6, 2016 at the age of 94

A dedicated HKVCA Member: Brenda Carrier, daughter of RRC /HKV Arnold Carrier, Belledune, NB   Nov. 4, 1955 - Jan. 16, 2016

Kathleen Murray, sister of Harry & John Robert Kelso, both KIA in Hong Kong,  on March 24

Ruby Delilah Cooper, wife of Fred Cooper, RRC, on Feb 26 at the age of 96 years

From Muriel McDavid: my mother passed away on December 15, 2015. My father was Clifford Edward McDavid, HKPOW, Royal Rifles of Canada. Dad predeceased mom on August 3, 2008

Evelyn Smith, widow of Raymond A Smith, RRC, E29841 on October 31

Earlier notifications: Archive page or Fall 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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