by Lewis MacKenzie, Courtesy of the Hill Times

A drawing of the Never Forgotten National Memorial, called Mother Canada, was supposed to be built in Cape Breton to honour all Canadian soldiers killed in war and who were buried overseas. But Environment Canada and Parks Canada pulled the plug on it. Illustration courtesy of the Never Forgotten National memorial

A drawing of the Never Forgotten National Memorial, called Mother Canada, was supposed to be built in Cape Breton to honour all Canadian soldiers killed in war and who were buried overseas. But Environment Canada and Parks Canada pulled the plug on it.
Illustration courtesy of the Never Forgotten National memorial

Tony Trigiani, the man who spent over $1 million trying to create a monument for Canadian soldiers killed in war and buried overseas, deserves a more than an early morning phone call from a bureaucrat
cancelling the project.

It was April 2009 and he was on a pilgrimage close to his birth place in Italy. Because he left for Canada when he ...

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