Spec Dustin James Harris

Today marks the 11th anniversary of the passing of American soldier Spec Dustin James Harris whom was killed in action in Iraq. He was on foot patrol with elements of the 101st Airborne Division in Bayji, 150 miles north of Baghdad, and was killed by an improvised explosive device. We designed and donated the American Heroes Memorial Car to the family in his memory. 

Hood Concept For CH14 Memorial Car

Here is the 3rd rendering of the hood for Canadian Heroes Memorial Vehicle #14.  So far so good just a few tweaks are needed, but we thought we would share this with you as we said we would.

3rd rendering of hood design for CH#14.

Unity Run and Walk

Come join us May 13, 2017 at Confederation Park in Hamilton and support this great cause.

One again its time for the annual Unity Run and Walk, this years event takes place at Confederation Park, form up at the waterfront pavilion.

The annual Unity Run supports mental wellness with our First Responders. This years run will take place on May 13, 2017 at Confederation Park – The Waterfront Pavilion.

We will be there will a memorial vehicle and possibly a display as well.

This is a great event, you can sign up at the following link.

https://raceroster.com/events/2017/10157/the-unity-run

The website is at: http://www.unityrun.org/

The Canadian Heroes Kite

The Canadian Heroes Kite Flying High and Proud.

The Canadian Heroes Kite took over 1 year in building and was constructed and flown by two professional kite fliers Lucy and Kerry. The kite can be seen at festivals and events every year, if you have a chance to see it flying high and proud, you will not be disappointed, it is something to see.

 

Canada’s Veterans Ombudsman

Guy Parent whom is our Veterans Ombudsman in Canada has been hosting town hall meetings across Canada for all Veterans, RCMP members and families, and we are trying to help out in getting the public aware of these meetings.

These town halls should be packed to overflowing, I have seen lots of empty seats at them and with all the issues and complaints we have been getting over the years, here is your chance to tell the ombudsman directly your concerns in person or over social media.

He wants to hear from you, we should all participate and express our thoughts and feelings, we can only hope all concerns are taken in the context they are shared and that the ombudsman will listen, evaluate and act or suggest the changes to be made.

The next town hall is in the Ottawa area, on March 21, 2017 at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 632, 800 Taylor Creek Blvd.,Orleans Ont, from 19:00 to 20:30hrs EDT.