Canada Remembers Our Heroes: A Soldier’s Land
Thomega Entertainment is proud to announce the Broadcast debut of Canada Remembers Our Heroes: A Soldier’s Land debuts Aug. 8 on AMI-tv
Canada Remembers Our Heroes: The Liberators
Thomega Entertainment is proud to announce the Broadcast debut of “Canada Remembers Our Heroes: The Liberators”, (episode 8 of 13) on AMI, May 5, 2021 @ 6:00pm CST.
Canada Remembers Our Heroes: Brothers and Borders
Thomega Entertainment is proud to announce the Broadcast debut of “Canada Remembers Our Heroes: Brothers and Borders”, (episode 1 of 13) on AMI, November 11, 2020, @ 2:00pm, 7:00pm and 10:00pm CST. We would like to acknowledge Creative Saskatchewan and Muskeg Lake Cree Nation for their generous support and commitment.
Thomega Entertainment is proud to announce the Broadcast debut of “Canada Remembers Our Heroes: Brothers and Borders”, (episode 1 of 7 ) on AMI, July 1st Canada Day at 6pm CST. We would like to acknowledge Creative Saskatchewan and Muskeg Lake Cree Nation for their generous support and commitment.
“Canada Remembers Our Heroes: Brothers and Borders 🇨🇦🇺🇸 “airs Saturday, July 1, at 4 p.m. ET , 6PM Central on AMI-tv, in Saskatchewan, SaskTel channel 554
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How to secure Thomega Canada Remembers DVD and learning plan sets for schools in your Legions region?
Thomega Entertainment initiated the concept of this project, simply designed to get the message of the significant service and sacrifices by so many, into over 15,500 schools, libraries and related organizations, nationwide! The primary goal is to give as many students as possible, access to over five hours of engaging, informative, historical programming which includes an education guide that brings attention to the fact, that freedom in this country … did not come free!
With your organization’s participation, your Legion can help secure and distribute DVD copies to schools, libraries and our history teachers throughout the country. This project will be a valuable resource for generations of students. Through your Legion’s Poppy Trust Fund, (or other), the Thomega Canada Remembers Documentary Series perfectly meets mandated requirements, so you have the opportunity for your Legion to extend the benefit to schools across Canada.
Thomega is proudly offering Royal Canadian Legions across Canada the opportunity to assist through their contribution, in distributing this significant programming to all schools, libraries and related organizations across Canada! Thus, keeping their own community legacy alive.
How Can Your Legion Help?
For $499.00 plus applicable taxes and shipping, your Legion receives a hard cover Teachers Guide in addition to all thirteen programs on thirteen individual DVDs (case and insert included) or REMOTE sets. When your Legion secures the set with a bonus Educational Guide, Thomega will automatically “match” and send an additional program set and Teachers Guide to a school of your choice! Every school; we match your Legion’s contribution!
Just fill out the requisition form and mail to Thomega Entertainment Inc., with your check and or money order. Please call for confirmation of the number of sets and amount, including taxes and shipping. Please allow for three to six weeks delivery.
Thirteen Part Documentary Series and Teachers Guide
Thomega Entertainment’s Canada Remembers Documentary series includes stories of achievements and sacrifices of Canadian men and women.
Thomega Entertainments Canada Remembers Commemoration Project, has made it a priority to successfully distribute its programming to thousands of secondary and elementary schools (including libraries, legions and other related organizations) by the fall of 2018.
About Thomega Entertainments, Canada Remembers, National Documentary Programming
Since 1997, The Thomega Entertainment Canada Remembers Documentary Series has appeared on National TV on many occurrences (Global, Vision TV, AMI, CityTV, APTN and CTV Regional). Canada Remembers also has been distributed as an educational curriculum plan to a few hundred schools nationwide.
Thomega learned that within the schools that made it a priority to purchase our program, the teachers were often left to use their own financial resources, making it challenging for each school or library to acquire access to the funding, especially with now more common yearly school budget reductions.
We have also been told by many teachers, especially in smaller towns, that sadly there is now less access to Veterans who are able to come to schools and meet with students in person. The Thomega Canada Remembers programming gives these Veterans a voice and helps keep their message alive, forever.
“We are so pleased with our Thomega Canada Remembers series and Teachers Guide. It has been well received by hundreds of students since 2014, who have found the programming very informing and engaging. It reflects well on the sacrifices of our Veterans. Very well done, it will last for generations.” Teacher, Darryl Heskin Tommy Douglas Collegiate, Saskatoon, SK
**Each school receives the “LIFE TIME RIGHTS” to present and show each of the six, 47 minute documentaries for EVER, into PERPETUITY.
Please check links above to learn more about this National Project, its history, objectives in helping educate students about the service and sacrifices of Veterans and all who serve, and a brief background on the individuals who created this Commemorative Project