Royal Winnipeg Rifles unveil legacy project
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During the Royal Winnipeg Rifles’ 135th anniversary commemoration service at Vimy Ridge Memorial Park on Saturday, the Legacy Stone Project was unveiled. The project is a number of engraved stones placed around the cenotaph to remember the sacrifices of soldiers that served with the Royal Winnipeg Rifles, an army reserve infantry unit based in Winnipeg.
Mikaela MacKenzie loves meeting people, experiencing new things, and learning something every day. That's what drove her to pursue a career as a visual journalist — photographers get a hands-on, boots-on-the-ground look at the world.