Below are some videos that you can watch.
Click link below to view the four minute introduction/presentation video
Other Media (Magazine articles, etc)
Director of Canada Remembers Women Who Have Served and Sacrificed, Tony Towstego, speaks at a press conference at the Nutana Legion Wednesday, with female veterans at his sides. L-R: Beth Marie Murphy, Tony Towstego, Ruth Bond-Martinson and Dorothy Harder.
Whitehorse Legion helps Yukon students learn about service and sacrifice
These resources will help Yukon students learn about the significant service and sacrifice made by Canadian veterans.
Learn more: https://yukon.ca/en/news/whitehorse-legion-helps-yukon-students-learn-about-service-and-sacrifice
Proud of Reg Harrison, honorary Snow Bird. Excellent CBC coverage (CBC National) of this event and Thomega Canada Remembers Commemorative School Project, that Reg is featured in, being presented to schools coast to coast. 🇨🇦
Saskatoon Morning with Leisha Grebinski (CBC Radio)
Since 2001 it’s been providing students and teachers in more than two hundred Saskatchewan schools with historical knowledge of the service and sacrifice of veterans. Now Saskatoon’s Thomega (toe-MAY-gah) Entertainment with be distributing its Canada Remembers documentary series in a number of schools across the country with the help of Canada’s legions.
Listen to the live interview with Tony and Brian
Listen to CBC Radio’s live streams and shows on demand.
Drill Team participates in Canadian air show (By Staff Sgt. Christopher Ruano, Air Force District of Washington Public Affairs / Published August 11, 2011)
Anthony Towstego’s first Veteran interview (1986) — James Doohan
“This kind soul was one of the first Veteran interviews I ever had. It was the mid eighties when James Doohan shared his story with me” Anthony adds “We had a bottle of fine red French wine and Chinese food that night when he opened up to me. Sadly, I had no camera on him. He shared in tears his vivid memories of his war story. I was mesmerized. And yes he did reveal his half finger to me… that he would conceal from cameras. .. amazing man”
Although he played Scotsman Montgomery “Scotty” Scott on the original “Star Trek,” actor James Doohan was Canadian and served in the Royal Canadian Artillery during the Second World War. Doohan was among the first wave of Canadians to come ashore at Juno Beach on D-Day. After taking out German snipers, Doohan was himself shot six times, losing a finger on his right hand. He would conceal that wound during most of his career as an actor. Toughest red shirt EVA!!!!
The Thomega Canada Remembers Commemorative School initiative team was pleased to approve the use of the projects iconic brand image (Canada Remembers Boy on plane wing) on the cover of the Saskatchewan Royal Legion Command Recognition Book distributed to thousands throughout the province in 2019 This brand was also used in international publications.
For the following articles, please click on image to view a larger version.
This poster courtesy of the Canadian War Museum and appears in Canada Remembers Women Who Have served and sacrificed, hosted by former Saskatchewan Lieutenant Governor, Honourable Lynda Haverstock.