It is with great honour we are proud to announce that WPBS TV, Water Town, New York, will be broadcasting one of most recent documentaries,
“United States and Canada Remembers Our Heroes: Brothers and Borders”, on Sunday November 7th at 4 pm, just before Washington National Cathedral Veteran’s Day Tribute .

Mark Prasuhn, President & General Manager of WPBS, said “I’ve long been a champion of the Canada Remembers series, which over many years has been a powerful vehicle to memorialize the service and achievements of Canada’s veterans. WPBS, as a PBS station serving audiences in both Canada and the US, is delighted to air this most recent installment in the series which celebrates the strong bonds between service members and families in both countries, as part of our Veteran’s/Remembrance week programming.”

PBS that serves the American public with programming and services of the highest quality, using media to educate, inspire, entertain and express a diversity of perspectives. We are grateful to be able to contribute to that mission and will be sharing more programing with the network going forward.

Thomega Entertainment Inc Canada Remembers Commemoration Project, collectively preserving stories of Veterans who represent the untold sacrifices endured by all the men and women who served their country with Honor and Distinction.

Anthony Towstego
Thomega Entertainment Inc.



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During the Covid-19 pandemic many thousands of teachers across Canada have pivoted to implement A NEW extensive online digital REMOTE LEARNING PLATFORM that provides an alternative, safe innovation of “in class” teaching.

In response to the new demand for at home (on-line) learning, Thomega Entertainment is proud to announce that the Canada Remembers Commemorative School Project will be providing an ‘on line digital version’ of its educational Learning Plan consisting of the original six 47-minute documentaries and 86-page compatible learning plan. This option will now be available to schools and educators from coast to coast!

With endorsement from The Royal Canadian Legion Dominion Command Poppy and Remembrance Committee, we encourage all Legion Branches to assist schools in your individual regions by purchasing this critical learning system developed by teachers … for teachers.

Pricing remains unchanged since 2016 with each complete educational package set at $349.00 plus applicable taxes. The recipient school(s) that any Legion Branch might choose to help by purchasing this educational program on their behalf, will receive “life time rights” to utilize the on line learning program for students … forever!

Thomega Canada Remembers Commemorative School Project (added Oct 2019)
Thomega Canada Remembers Commemorative School Project team was proud to be a booth participant at the BC Legion Convention in Penticton (September 2019).  Brian Swidrovich was able to meet with many legion representatives and help them learn more about our national program now reaching thousands of students! Proud to have our info on the inside cover of the convention book.

Global News, Canada Remembers Commemorative School Project report (added Nov 10, 2018)

Reg Harrison (RCAF 1941 to 1945) is presented on Oct 19, 2018 at 15 Wing as an Honorary Snow Bird by Canada’s Governor General Julie Payette. Reg appears in three of the Thomega Canada Remembers documentaries and is a great project Veteran Ambassador. We are so proud of this perfect acknowledgement.

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 001, in partnership with Thomega Canada Remembers Commemorative School Project, proudly presents certificates to two school boards (Regina Public Schools and Regina Catholic School Board) , representing 100 city and area high schools and elementary schools, as recipients of the educational Programing resource.

Left to right: Brian Swidrovich, Chad Wagner, Jeannine Whitehouse, Ron Hitchcock, Jody Hoffman, Juanita Redekopp, Shayne McMillen, Anthony Towstego

Thomega Canada Remembers Commemorative School Project team, proud to be booth participant at August 2018 Royal Canadian Legion Dominion Command convention.

“We were honored to meet so many great legion members and introduce our legion partnership school project to so many!” Anthony Towstego

Thomega Canada Remembers Commemorative School Project team, proud to be booth participant at 2018 Anavet national convention, in Saskatoon, August 2018

Thomega  is proud to be supporting ERIC BRUNT in his national one man 2018 campaign to obtain WWII Veterans interviews across Canada. This is a remarkable young man with a very important mission to capture stories still untold by so many. We are pleased to assist and contribute with this endeavor.
Vist Eric’s website.