Remembrance Day-Music By Bryan Adams's 'Ric-A-Dam-Doo'





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Published on Nov 9, 2013

This Video Is Dedicated To Nick Nowosad A PPCLI Veteran
Close Friend- Forgiving Person 
Who I Purchased Norberry Shoe Repair From
 His Memories Will Remain Forever 
Song Is By
Bryan Adams's 'Ric-A-Dam-Doo' performed by Canadian soldiers' wives
The title comes from the flag of the Regiment. Princess Patricia of Connaught, whom the Regiment was named after in 1914, was given the title of Colonel-in-Chief and designed and made by hand the crimson flag with a circular royal blue centre. Inside the circle are gold initials VP, which stand for Victoria Patricia. It has been in place since the First World War.
Ric-a-Dam-Doo is believed to be Gaelic for "cloth of your mother".
Proceeds from the song, which is available for purchase from iTunes, will go to Princess Patricia's Light Infantry Foundation, supporting Canadian military service and former military personnel in need.

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