Alderville First Nation Mountie heads to France for special ceremony at Vimy Ridge

A Mountie from the Alderville First Nation was invited to France for a special ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the World War One battle at Vimy Ridge.

Annette Francis
APTN National News
A Mountie from the Alderville First Nation was invited to France for a special ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the World War One battle at Vimy Ridge.

The trip is a special one to the RCMP corporal and the community of Alderville.

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3 thoughts on “Alderville First Nation Mountie heads to France for special ceremony at Vimy Ridge

  1. A great honour for this officer and the community. My wife’s grandfather was killed in WW1 and is buried over there. We will be at the.100th anniversary ceremony at Vimy with a group of students from St.Mary’s high school in Cobourg.

  2. WOW HOW NICE IS THIS FOR OUR COMMUNITY!!! HOW PROUD FOR HIM AND ALL OF US TO HAVE HIM DO THIS! WAY TO GO SAFE TRAVELS LOOKING FORWARD TO YOUR RETURN WITH PICTURES THANK YOU JUNE MEAD AND FAMILY

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