Outdoor instructor and bestselling author Bruce Zawalsky teaches how to light an emergency fire in this 9-minute online learning experience. We filmed this informative tutorial in April 2021 near Jasper National Park.
This 7-minute instructional safety video is Chapter 1 of 16 in an online educational series I filmed and edited for the Shooting Federation of Canada (SFC) during January to March 2021. Based in Ottawa and funded by the Government of Canada, the SFC is a national non-profit competitive sports organization. It governs organized, recreational and competitive target shooting for members across Canada.
"The all but forgotten D-Day Dodgers helped set up the Allies in Northwest Europe for imminent success, given the heavy cost and lessons learned during Canada's longest land campaign, in Second World War Italy." Captain (Ret’d) Rick Dumas. Watch this 90-second trailer featuring a 37-minute presentation on Canadian soldiers fighting to liberate Sicily and Italy. To see the entire 37-minute video, click on this link: https://youtu.be/DtcF9Oh3zKY
This 34-minute documentary was produced in partnership with Naval Reservists of Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship NONSUCH in Edmonton to commemorate the annual Battle of the Atlantic ceremony that took place online on May 2, 2021. Part 1: Historical overview featuring archival footage and a 97-year-old Veteran who was a young ASDIC (Sonar) operator tasked with detecting U-Boats. Part 2: Church Parade with Naming of Lost Canadian Ships. Part 3: “Did You Know?” with interesting facts about a few ships from the longest campaign during the Second World War: The Battle of the Atlantic.
What happened after D-Day? Guest speaker Thomas Bradley showcases Canadian Army participation during the Normandy Campaign in France, June 1944. His presentation includes dozens of soldiers’ stories, vivid maps, and rare photos that seem to leap off the screen at you. Mr. Bradley opens his talk with historical accounts of Canadians fighting SS troops on June 7, 1944 and concludes with the war crimes trial of Nazi SS General Kurt Meyer. This presentation took place on April 22, 2017 at the Brigadier Jefferson Armoury in Edmonton, Alberta. This presentation was to a non-profit group for educational purposes only. There is no expectation of commercial remuneration as a result of this video appearing on various social media sites.
Private (Ret’d) Lyle McIvor served with 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (2 PPCLI) during the Korean War, and fought at the historic Battle of Kapyong that raged from 22 to 25 April 1951. Despite being surrounded by hundreds of Chinese troops, the outnumbered Patrica’s held their ground in the face of unrelenting attacks. Their battlefield prowess prevented a potentially costly defeat for the South Korean and UN forces. The actions by Private McIvor and other members of 2 PPCLI who fought at Battle of Kapyong were noticed by the Americans. They awarded 2 PPCLI the United States Presidential Unit Citation, a rare honour for a Canadian unit. Watch and share this 7-minute video as he talks about his experiences.
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