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Fields of remembrance

The Great War is never far away in a region where thousands of Canadians sacrificed and are buried. Photo essay by Phil Koch.

Victory in the Kitchen

How homemakers in the twin cities of Fort William and Port Arthur coped with Canada-wide food control regulations imposed in 1917.

Conscientious Objectors: Fitting Dissent into a Coming of Age Story

If we ignore the punishing of dissenters in the popular narrative, we also miss the later efforts to accommodate them.

Attridge Brothers

Wilbert Lloyd Attridge lied about his age so he could fly with the Royal Flying Corp.

Archie Jenks

A dentistry student at McGill University, Jenks enlisted on February 18, 1915, at the age of 25.

Fitzsimonds Brothers

Stephen Fitzsimmons was the fourth of five children, but was the first to join the army.

Herbert Gardiner

Despite many plane crashes, Herbert Gardiner survived the Great War.

Roy Everton Goodfellow

Though Goodfellow was Presbyterian, he joined the Catholic service because it was at 9 am — two hours earlier than the Presbyterian service.

George Brockie Bannerman

As a stretcher-bearer, he certainly witnessed much human suffering. But it was the animals' pain that haunted him for years after the war.

John Cyril Bailey

"It got in deep water, where it would have drowned, had not Sergt. Bailey...swum to it and...succeeded in cutting it loose, thus saving it's life.”

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