Danny McLeod has been a teacher his entire life; although not in the traditional sense of the word. He did not teach in the classroom, he taught everywhere else.
Growing up on a small farm on the outskirts of …Read More
Vice Admiral Larry Murray has received numerous awards and accolades for his contributions to the Canadian Armed Forces. Though his contributions in uniform were nothing short of exemplary, he is best known for his initiatives as a civil servant …Read More
General Alfred John Gardyne Drummond de Chastelain was born a British subject in Bucharest, Romania, in 1937. He was educated in England and Scotland, immigrated to Canada in 1955, and joined the Calgary Highlanders as a Private in January …Read More
Born in 1949, S 146 General R.R. (Ray) Henault, former Chief of Defence Staff is the outgoing Chairman of the NATO Military Committee (CMC), which represents some (26) countries in the Alliance. General Ray Henault was first elected to the …Read More
Born in 1955, General Rick Hillier (S149) has defied Canadian military tradition. Few other generals have become known to all Canadians. Indeed, “General Rick” is a household name. He is a singular exception to the Canadian soldier’s tendency to …Read More
Chris Alexander has held several high profile diplomatic positions, and has been commended for his unwavering leadership ability in the face of adversity. Through tireless efforts and diligent communications with civilians and local authoritative leaders, Alexander is accredited with …Read More
Born in 1919, Arthur Smith, the local war hero, political powerhouse, business giant and philanthropist, succumbed to his battle against cancer in 2008 at Chinook Hospice at the age of 89, leaving behind a lengthy list of accolades and …Read More