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January 19, 2019

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Remembering Vimy Ridge

The West Kildonan Horticultural Society and the West Kildonan Legion Branch No. 30 planted a Vimy Ridge Oak tree in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the battle of Vimy Ridge on Sept. 14. (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
Remembering Vimy Ridge
Photos by: Ligia Braidotti
A planting ceremony was held by the West Kildonan Horticultural Society and the West Kildonan Legion Branch No. 30. (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
Members of the West Kildonan Legion Branch No. 30 honoured those who fought in the battle of Vimy Ridge at the tree planting ceremony. (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
Members of the West Kildonan Legion Branch No. 30 honoured those who fought in the battle of Vimy Ridge at the tree planting ceremony. (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
The RCSCC John Travers Cornwell VC band provided the music at the ceremony. (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
Kildonan-St. Paul MP MaryAnn Mihychuk arranged the acquisition and approval for the tree to be planted at the arboretum at Partridge Avenue and Powers Street. (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
The West Kildonan Horticultural Society and the West Kildonan Legion Branch No. 30 planted a Vimy Ridge Oak tree in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the battle of Vimy Ridge on Sept. 14. - (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
A planting ceremony was held by the West Kildonan Horticultural Society and the West Kildonan Legion Branch No. 30. - (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
Members of the West Kildonan Legion Branch No. 30 honoured those who fought in the battle of Vimy Ridge at the tree planting ceremony. - (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
Members of the West Kildonan Legion Branch No. 30 honoured those who fought in the battle of Vimy Ridge at the tree planting ceremony. - (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
The RCSCC John Travers Cornwell VC band provided the music at the ceremony. - (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)
Kildonan-St. Paul MP MaryAnn Mihychuk arranged the acquisition and approval for the tree to be planted at the arboretum at Partridge Avenue and Powers Street. - (Photo by Ligia Braidotti)

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