Good Morning Canada!! Biker radio is hosting a 24 hour music marathon to support homeless veterans.
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We would like to honour Trooper Marc Diab – Canadian Heroes
Canadian Heroes is about creating awareness and support for our Canadian troops and their families. It is also a tribute to those who have served in the past, present and future. …read more
People helping People, Saying Good-bye and Thank you. Canadians were well taken care of on USS MICHAEL MURPHY.
Photo of the Day (March 2014)
Photo of the Day
Saturday 8 March 2014
Saying Good-bye and Thank you.
People helping People, Nations helping Nations
Guided-missile destroyer USS MICHAEL MURPHY returns to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii, U.S.A with 19 Canadian civilians on board on March 4, 2014 after providing assistance to the Royal Canadian Navy auxiliary oil replenishment ship HMCS Protecteur which experienced an engine fire and is currently under tow returning to Pearl Harbor.
Le destroyer lance-missiles USS MICHAEL MURPHY rentre à la base interarmées Pearl Harbor-Hickam, à Hawaï (É.-U.), le 4 mars 2014, avec à son bord 19 civils, après avoir aidé le pétrolier ravitailleur NCSM PROTECTEUR de la Marine royale canadienne, qui est présentement remorqué vers Pearl Harbour en raison de l’incendie d’un de ses moteurs.
Photo from United States Navy
Photo taken by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Tiarra Fulgham
Trooper Marc Diab
Home Town: Mississauga, Ontario
Unit: Royal Canadian Dragoons, 3rd Battalion the Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group
Deceased: March 8, 2009
Incident: Improvised explosive device, Shah Wali Kot District, Afghanistan
It’s wartime, it’s night, technology is in its infancy, you report a German submarine only to have your contact dismissed by the Officer of the Watch, lives are at stake, other radar operators do not pick up the same contact, What do you do?
March 7, 1945
During World War Two, German U-boat warfare was the major component of the Battle of the Atlantic, which lasted the duration of the war. Germany had the largest submarine fleet in the world. British P …read more
Friday night in honour of our troops, we will attempt to illuminate the “Ice Volcano” or as the ladies have put it ” The Devils Wedding Dress” ( I put the word Devil in there..meet me half way here folks….LOL ) in red in recognition of Red Friday. This will be the 1st time we have attempted to light her from down below, so if the melt tomorrow does not make it to slippery expect lights on approx 7pm….ish…. A word of caution here…do not attempt to try to walk in from the bottom unless you are a serious and fit hiker, and have boots, gloves and in our case full length coveralls. On a scale of 1-10 the hike in from the bottom is a 10. Lights last about 1 hour…. Those that do go in from the bottom do not go near the volcano and stay away from the side of the cliffs as there will most likely be falling ice from the melt. Bring a food donation as usual please. Be smart and be safe, if a volunteer tells you it is not safe listen to him/her. Up top there is plenty of places to take pictures from the other side of the fence, lets not see people climb over it please. The parking lot will most likely be closed, there is room on the side of the road to park. Dress warm, bring your camera, bring a friend, bring a food donation, we will see you there!!! #redfridays #supportourtroops #cityofwaterfalls #hamilton #hamont Special thanks to Linda Talian for this great pic!!!! For more details and directions please see the website
Hamilton- The Waterfall Capital of the World- Devil’s Punchbowl
Hamilton has over 100 waterfalls, making it the Waterfall Capital of the World. Devil’s …read more