In this undated photograph, veteran members of a Canadian division, which took part in the raid on Dieppe, hold a service in the Canadian cemetery for their fellow comrades who fell in the famous Dieppe Raid on August 19, 1942 in France.

Dieppe Raid a victory delayed

Dieppe, France — The raid on Dieppe, France was by no measure a military success. Or, at least, not an immediate one.

The members of the orchestra, managed by Master Corporal (Retired) Maxime Brisson (sixth from right) with Kumo the spider

Army Reserve musicians play a part in massive spider and dragon spectacular

Ottawa, Ontario — Skills learned in the Canadian Army Reserve can lead to some pretty wild civilian employment opportunities, as was recently proven when a giant spider and dragon-horse roamed and battled on the streets of Ottawa.

Captain Greg Gallant, curator of The Prince Edward Island Regiment Museum

Rule-breaking photos offer a candid look at the First World War

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island — Discipline is fundamental to every military force, but one soldier who broke the rules did historians a great favour when he smuggled a camera to the front and captured an unfiltered, soldier’s-eye view of the conflict.

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