Graduates of the School for Nurses at Toronto General Hospital who were appointed to Staff No.4 General Hospital. Among them is Laura Gamble, who served in the First World War in the Mediterranean region.

First World War Nursing Sister Laura Gamble: ‘Tender hands, buoyant spirit’

Ottawa, Ontario — When Canada remembers the First World War, Western Europe looms large: Vimy, Passchendaele, Flanders. However, Canadians made equally significant, if lesser-known, contributions in the Mediterranean region.

An image of the first hockey championship match between the 1st Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry and 2nd Battalion Royal 22e Regiment

Korean-Canadian officer proud to be part of Imjin Hockey Classic

Ottawa, Ontario — Captain Han Choi was just a boy in his native South Korea when he first heard the story of the Battle of Kapyong. Taking place over two days in April of 1951, it saw a battalion of 700 Canadians mount a successful defence against a Chinese force of 5000.

Corporal Andrea Pixley is Canada’s first woman Cyber Operator

Cyber Operations an enjoyable puzzle, says first female

Ottawa, Ontario — A Canadian Army (CA) member is Canada’s first female Cyber Operator. She says she prefers to stay focused on the pleasures of the job rather than dwell on her place in the ongoing history of female advancement in the military.

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