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Vimy 44 Fundraising Dinner

Il Primo Ristorante 371 Preston St., Ottawa, Ontario

The Ottawa Service Battalion Association (OSBA) has undertaken a project to raise funds to assist Norm Christie in the discovery and eventual recovery of the remains of 44 Canadian soldiers of the First World War. Limited to 45 participants, to reserve your spot, please email vicepresident@osbassociation.org.

$100

Huron Park Secondary School

Huron Park Secondary School 900 Cromwell Street, Woodstock, Ontario
Private

West Elgin Secondary School

West Elgin Secondary School 139 Graham Rd, West Lorne, Ontario

 Secondary School Lecture.

Lecture

Tyrconnell Heritage Society

Royal Canadian Legion West Lorne 142 John Street, West Lorne, Ontario

Tickets $10 In Advance, $15 at the door. Please call for more information.

$15

Westboro Legion

Royal Canadian Legion Westboro 391 Richmond Road, Ottawa, Ontario
Donation

Dorchester Meet and Greet

Dorchester Community Centre 2066 Dorchester Road, Dorchester, Ontario

Western Front Association Meet and Greet

R.S. McLaughlin Armouries 53 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa, Ontario

Light lunch at the break for $6 and the Sergeants’ Mess bar will be open. Guest are always welcome, so bring a friend!

Masters of War; The Canadians in The Great War

Royal Canadian Legion Oshawa 471 Simcoe St South, Oshawa, Ontario

Meet Norm Christie at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 43. Norm Christie outlines the history of the development of the Canadian Corps from the early days in 1915-16 as inexperienced Colonials, to 1917-18 when they became the most effective fighting force on the Western Front. How did this incredible transformation happen? Who were the players and personalities that made it happen? How was it different to the developments within the British...

$5

Masters of War: The Canadians in the Great War

Pinhey's Point Historic Site 270 Pinhey's Point Road, RR1, Dunrobin, Ontario

Development of the Canadian Corps from inexperienced Colonials to the most effective fighting force on the Western Front. Norm Christie outlines the history of the development of the Canadian Corps from the early days in 1915-16 as inexperienced Colonials, to 1917-18 when they became the most effective fighting force on the Western Front. It started with Canada's most famous battle at Vimy Ridge, when, against all odds, they captured the strongest German...

Meet Norm Christie

General Sikorski Hall 1551 Stevenson Rd N, Oshawa, Ontario