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Meaghan - Then and Now

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Meaghan has been a member of The War Amps CHAMP Program since she was born a quadruple amputee. Using her cherished T-shirts from the CHAMP seminars she has attended over the years, Meaghan made a quilt as a way to say thanks to The War Amps for being there, "then and now". "I think the quilt represents how The War Amps ties all the CHAMP families across Canada together." Show less
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The Canadian Army Newsreels hold an important place in Canada's military history. The newsreels were produced by the Army for soldiers serving overseas. The front-line cameramen were soldiers first and took guns into battle along with their 35 mm movie cameras to record the Canadian Infantry in action. Their heroic efforts enabled them to scoop the international press on the major events in Europe including the invasion of Sicily and the top story of the century -- D-Day.

The War Amps launched the "Newsreel of the Week" project on October 21, 2013 with the aim to make all 106 newsreels available to the public for the first time online. A newsreel is being released every week, culminating in November 2015 to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War.
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