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Dallas Prince ~ Deeds not Words

Dallas Prince's saddle-making and leather-crafting career has certainly taken some interesting turns.  Raised and schooled in Calgary, the strapping athlete knew he didn’t want university, so in 2000, he joined the Reserves   “I really enjoyed myself,” he said. “So, in 2002, I joined the regular force and...

Horse Soldiers! Canada’s Military Rangers

Story and Photos by Lindsay Chung   For over a century, sure-footed, strong, and ever-watchful horses have carried Canadian soldiers into battle.  In central British Columbia, horses are back and play a key role in military operations, helping the Canadian Rangers patrol and protect their local communities.         The Canadian Rangers are a...

War Horses

           Memorials Around the World Remembrance Day (also known as Armistice Day) has been observed in Commonwealth countries since the end of World War I to remember the members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty. Remembrance Day is observed on November...

Letters Home

A Cowboy Soldier in WWI  Twenty-one-year-old Raymond Bell and his 18-year-old brother, Aubrey, were in a race against time as they finished the 1916 harvest.  “We stacked hay like demons,” Raymond recalled, “rolling up that good old prairie wool with the bucking pole and side.”  Their hard work was rewarded by their...

Trail Blazers

Montie Montana

From Big Muddy to 'Big Time'      Not every child that slid down a snow-covered hill in Saskatchewan’s Big Muddy Valley...