Currently Raised: $800,000

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The Repatriations of fallen Canadian soldiers affect Canadians from coast to coast.

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Hockey in Honour: Success on the Ice

The Hockey in Honour fundraising game was held Saturday, February 25th in Waterloo with an all-star hockey team from 8 Wing CFB Trenton representing the Canadian Forces and facing off against a select team from Allan Cup Hockey. The game was a great success and a big thanks goes out to all those involved for [...]

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Giant motorcycle rally coming to CFB Trenton

By Ernst Kuglin/Trentonian It will be a ride to remember. The annual Heroes Highway Ride, organized by Perfect Pigs Motorcycle Club draws thousands of riders across the country. But there’s nothing piggish about the event scheduled for June 2. The event will raise money for the Wounded Warriors campaign and the Tony Stacey Centre for [...]

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Memorial ‘means a lot’ to father

By JOE WARMINGTON (Peterborough Examiner) TRENTON — We have lost 157 men and women in uniform — five of them from the Peterborough area — and one often wonders if they will be remembered by the people of Afghanistan. One thing for sure is they will be remembered here. How could this place ever forget? [...]

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AFGHANISTAN REPATRIATION MEMORIAL MONUMENT CAMPAIGN

On July 12, 2011, Canadians from coast to coast to coast will officially hear about an extraordinary campaign to raise $1.5million by September 2011, to build the Afghanistan Repatriation Memorial Monument, in honour of the brave men and women of the Canadian Armed Forces, who were killed while serving their country in Afghanistan. Sadly, 157 [...]

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How can Canadians give to help build the Afghanistan Repatriation Memorial? Please join all Canadians coast to coast who have already been giving to this Afghanistan Repatriation Memorial Fund. This is not a government initiative, but solely funded by Canadians honoring Canadian soldiers. Individuals, companies and organizations are all welcome to contribute to the fund to complete the $1.5 million dollar project. Donations, no matter how small, will make this a reality.

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