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More than 200 people attended our largest ever commemoration of Anzac Day on its centenary yesterday. The Down Under Club of Winnipeg would like to thank all those who attended and contributed to the success of our event.
Many dignitaries, cadets, veterans, club members and interested people from the community participated in a ceremony, followed by an afternoon tea and panel presentation by four speakers on the topic of Lest We Forget Our First World War Mates.
We will share further details on yesterday’s Anzac event on this site.
Starting today, the University of Manitoba is providing a free, public conference dedicated to the study of the Great Wars (given the confluence of anniversaries of WWI (100) start of WWII (75) and end of Cold War (25)) and their ongoing impact on Canadian society. Continue reading
On Saturday, 25th April, 2015, the centenary of ANZAC Day will be commemorated across Commonwealth countries around the world. The Down Under Club of Winnipeg will be marking this event with members, special guests and inviting the public to remember http://bestacnedrug.com this occasion with us at the Western Canada Aviation Museum.
This event will be given the ceremonial respect it deserves with social and historical activities to follow. We look forward to seeing you there. Mark your calendars.