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Cadets LaSalle, Ottawa, Ontario

Cadets LaSalle, Ottawa, Ontario

Pipe and Drum bands march on parade during the Remembrance Day Ceremony held at the National War Memorial in Ottawa, Ontario on November 11, 2014. Photo: Cpl Mathieu St-Amour, Canadian Forces Support Unit (Ottawa) Imaging Services Un corps de cornemuses et de tambours participe à un défilé au cours de la cérémonie du jour du Souvenir tenue au Monument commémoratif de guerre du Canada, à Ottawa, en Ontario, le 11 novembre 2014. Photo : Cpl Mathieu St-Amour, Unité de soutien des Forces…

Pipe and Drum bands march on parade during the Remembrance Day Ceremony held at the National War Memorial in Ottawa, Ontario on November 11, 2014. Photo: Cpl Mathieu St-Amour, Canadian Forces Support Unit (Ottawa) Imaging Services Un corps de cornemuses et de tambours participe à un défilé au cours de la cérémonie du jour du Souvenir tenue au Monument commémoratif de guerre du Canada, à Ottawa, en Ontario, le 11 novembre 2014. Photo : Cpl Mathieu St-Amour, Unité de soutien des Forces…

US player Alex Morgan during the Women's World Cup quarter-final against China at Lansdowne Stadium in Ottawa, Ontario on June 26, 2015

U.S. advances to Women's World Cup final with 2-0 win over Germany

US player Alex Morgan during the Women& World Cup quarter-final against China at Lansdowne Stadium in Ottawa, Ontario on June 2015

Cadets LaSalle, Ottawa, ontario

Cadets LaSalle, Ottawa, ontario

Cadets LaSalle, Ottawa, Ontario

Cadets LaSalle, Ottawa, Ontario

Major Wanda Gertz (13 April 1896 – 10 November 1958) was a Polish soldier who had a long, distinguished career fighting for Polish independence. She disguised herself as a man and fought in the Polish Legion during World War I. Eventually revealed as a woman, she served in a variety of military activities between the wars, rising to officer rank. During the Second World War she commanded a women's resistance unit, carrying out attacks on German military personnel, airfields, trains and…

“Zolnierki” Polish female soldiers fought valiantly during the 1920 Russo-Polish War.

In The Service Of Canada - Canadian servicemen and servicewomen have played many important roles both at home and around the world in the years since the Korean War. Whether protecting our frontiers, working with our allies, providing humanitarian assistance, helping restore peace in troubled countries or fighting those who would deny freedom to others, Canadian Forces members have stood tall. They are our new generation of Veterans, our new generation of heroes.

In The Service Of Canada - Canadian servicemen and servicewomen have played many important roles both at home and around the world in the years since the Korean War. Whether protecting our frontiers, working with our allies, providing humanitarian assistance, helping restore peace in troubled countries or fighting those who would deny freedom to others, Canadian Forces members have stood tall. They are our new generation of Veterans, our new generation of heroes.

Women's Equality, 4 min video clip

Women working in munitions factories to supply the army with warfare and weaponry. Approximately 261 000 Canadian women were working in this field.

"Wait for Me, Daddy" - One of the most famous Canadian photographs of WWII.

1940 Province newspaper photographer Claude Dettloff took his famous “Wait For Me, Daddy” photo as soldiers marched down Eighth Street to board a waiting boat.

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