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Canada's GovernorHer Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette receives symbolic first poppy of the 2017 National Poppy Campaign.

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Monday, 04 September 2017 13:32

Mike Rowe Returning The Favor [VIDEO]

Returning The FavorMike Rowe visits a garage in Indiana to surprise Jason, a former Army engineer who runs a therapeutic bike building program for veterans.

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Gabriel LeBlanc A 12-year-old boy from Dieppe, N.B. living with muscular dystrophy got the ride of a lifetime on Wednesday evening.

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Virginia State Police Motorcycle UnitNORFOLK, Va. — The Navy is offering free motorcycle safety courses to sailors as it strives to reduce accidents and fatal crashes involving military personnel.

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Sunday, 30 July 2017 08:42

Operation: Leave the Streets Behind

Canadian Army Veterans Motorcycle ClubThe Sicily Unit of the Canadian Army Veterans Motorcycle Club geared up on Saturday morning to take a ride through SDG in an effort to raise funds for homeless veterans in Canada.

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Wednesday, 19 July 2017 10:33

Bikers to raise soldier suicide awareness

The Bikers Against Soldier Suicide bike run Mike Doughty, or “Selfie” as he is known among his biker friends, has a special spot in his heart for the sacrifice that members of the armed forces make.

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Pilot Allan Snowie Windsor’s skies will be buzzing next weekend with replicas of the magnificent flying machines that helped the Allies win in the air above the bloody European battlefields of the First World War.

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Tuesday, 11 July 2017 16:32

Vimy Flight tour touches down in Guelph

Allan SnowieSometimes the best way to remember the horrors and heroics of the past is to make history a little more tangible.

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news feeds icon 150The body of a man killed while fighting ISIS militants overseas has finally been put to rest in his hometown of Niagara Falls.

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Memorial Ride for the FallenClose to 50 riders took part in the seventh annual Memorial Ride for the Fallen to honour Canada’s fallen soldiers in Afghanistan, traveling from Vancouver to Langley’s Afghanistan Memorial Monument, the Walk to Remember.

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