Canada remembers Indigenous veterans: V32-155/2017E-PDF
“The First Nations, Métis and Inuit people of Canada have a long and proud tradition of military service to our country. While exact statistics are difficult to determine, the rate of Indigenous participation in Canada’s military efforts over the years has been impressive. These determined volunteers were often forced to overcome many challenges to serve in uniform, from learning a new language and adapting to cultural differences, to having to travel great distances from their remote communities just to enlist. The Canada Remembers Program of Veterans Affairs Canada encourages all Canadians to learn about the sacrifices and achievements made by those who have served—and continue to serve—during times of war and peace. As well, it invites Canadians to become involved in remembrance activities that will help preserve their legacy for future generations.”
|Department/Agency||Veterans Affairs Canada.|
|Title||Canada remembers Indigenous veterans|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Le Canada se souvient les vétérans Autochtones. Caption title. The catalogue number (V32-155/2017) and ISBN (978-0-660-07488-7) for the bilingual print edition have been copied in this electronic publication.|
|Number of Pages|| p. :|
|Edition||Rev. January 2017.|
|Subject Terms||Veterans, Aboriginal peoples|
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