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Monica - 18/05/2017 Salut, Je m'appelle Monica et j'ai 15 ans. J'aimerais vous dire que je suis très fière de vous et j'espère que j'arriverai à devenir comme vous. -xxxx-
Montréal, Quebec Canada
Lisa H. - 18/05/2017 Hello Everyone,
Here is my email address to post to if anyone would like to respond to my current message - I just wrote and not sure if it's posted with the email letter. Oceanorbit@hotmail.com
Cheers from the West Coast!
Vancouver, British Columbia Canada
Lisa H. - 18/05/2017 Hello and Greetings from the West Coast! How are the Finest of Canada doing? I"m thinking here of a movie I watched just on this very subject/letters - a recent one of the Tour's in ME. Oldest brother was there and is a Veteran and I've heard all kinds of stories. Plus a lengthy background of relatives in both Military and First Responders going back centuries. I'm a good one with humour, having two big brothers while growing up. I wish everyone well - especially the Women now in the fields that were not available decades ago. Know in your hearts and minds - We Value and Honour All of your Lives and ask the Creator God to bring you all back home safely. Blessings & Peace be with you all from the Enlisted to the Officers.
Godspeed on getting back home! Write the email address posted. BTW, oldest bro is still in Europe, connect if your over there too. May you all have "Bravo Zulu"...Out and off for now, Cheers to Everyone, Lisa
Vancouver, British Columbia Canada
Sue & Cricket - 17/05/2017 Bonjour Top of the morning to our Men and Women we are so proud stay safe and strong, as they said to the Troops, Keep your powder dry and No wooden nickles Merci Sue , Cricket
Ottawa Canada, Ontario Canada
The 74th St. John's Pathfinders - 15/05/2017 On behalf of the 74th St. John's Pathfinders, Girl Guides of Canada, We'd like to thank you for your services to our country and it's people in protecting us and making our country a safe and free place to live. We hope you have a safe return from your service and reunite with your loved ones soon. Sincerely, the 74th Pathfinders of St. John's, Newfoundland.
St. John's, Newfoundland Canada
joanne taylor - 15/05/2017 good luck to most of you....
regina, Saskatchewan canada
James Birchall - 14/05/2017 Canadian Forces,
I'm glad to see that there was a robust presence of soldiers in Quebec and elsewhere to combat Mother Nature's floods.
Peterborough, Yukon Canada
steve savard - 08/05/2017 Toi le soldat femme ou homme je te respecte e t je t'aime.Merci de pelleter dla garnotte pour les citoyens.
rouynnoranda, Quebec canada
Dan Banfield - 08/05/2017 Thank you to the Military for helping out the Canadians` that are living thru the Flooding in Quebec...... This is what makes me proud to be Canadian, men and women in service not only fight for our freedom but fighting the rising water no task too small for our Men and Women in the Military....... God Bless them all!!!!
Victoria, British Columbia Canada
Debbie - 08/05/2017 Thank you for your efforts in working to provide a safe, peaceful environment for families. Stay safe.. our thoughts are with you!
Winlaw, British Columbia Canada
Jeannette - 06/05/2017 Writing to express my thanks and admiration for what you all do each and every day. Respect.
Ottawa/Gatineau, Quebec Canada
Jeannette - 05/05/2017 Do you read these? I so want to express my thanks and admiration for what you do. I am English live in Canada, many relatives and some friends were in the forces. I also feel strongly that there needs to be more support in every sense for when you return. If whoever reads this would like to exchange emails , be pen pals ask me to pass messages to family and loved ones , I would be happy to.
Ottawa/Gatineau, Quebec Canada
Gerry Isaac - 29/04/2017 Greetings and a warm heartfelt thank you to all who have, currently and are considering serving our fine country. My step-father, uncle and numerous cousins served in WW2, my grandfather in WW1, a high school friend and a college room mate both served with Princess Patricia`s Light Infantry. In fact me and my high school friend grew up near the actual village from where they originated - Patricia, Alberta.
Stay safe, thanks for my freedom!
Medicine Hat, Alberta Canada
Jeff - 27/04/2017 Thank you for you ur service to Canada and for keeping us all safe. Thinking of you all.
Pickering, Ontario Canada
Sherry Mcquestion - 27/04/2017 Just want to say you are doing a great service to our country. Thank you.
My father was a World War 2 vet and when the war was over he went on a blind date at a bowling alley and met my mom. They were happy to get married and have children. We count our blessings every day that we have peace in this country called Canada.
I use to write to our troops overseas during the Gulf War. I even got some coins from various countries.
Now I am retired from teaching but the learning never stops. There are always options.
Go with your strength. Live love and laugh.
Cambridge, Ontario Canada
Peter King - 26/04/2017 I am looking for Canadian Army friend who can help me with the transition coming from the British Army to the Canadian Army.
Any help is much appreciated.
My email address is email@example.com
Catterick, Select Province... UK
Heather - 24/04/2017 I just want to say we're thinking of each and every soldier everyday as you sacrifice your freedom to continue ours we truly appreciate all that you do and know that we're praying for your safety and well being each and everyday your'e always in our thoughts and know we are proud and love each and everyone of you.. thank you so much ! Maybe next year for the leafs !!
Goderich, Ontario Canada
Akeida Alexander - 20/04/2017 Dear Soldiers,
Thank you for defending my country in order for me to be free, I really admire what you have done for this country.
toronto, Ontario Canada
Alexandra Arden - 20/04/2017 Greetings, I am a committed supporter of our troops and would like to become a penpal for a deployed officer. I believe by providing support this way will brighten a day for someone.
Oakville, Ontario Canada
Carol Ann Smithers - 17/04/2017 Hello,
I am unsure if this email is relevant or what the process is.
I have been looking for a Canadian soldier of the Second World War.
I am English and very lucky to have had my father come back safely for the Second World War. My father was also one of the last Canadian Home Children, coming across to Nova Scotia in 1929. He came back to Manchester in 1934 because he missed his family.
My own son is now 44 and he is not in the army,
However, I know someone whose son is in the Canadian Army.
I was just wondering are there any soldiers or sailors who have no one to write or email to.
I am 70 and am considering retiring which would mean I have more time on my hands and wondered if there was any one who needed a person to write to, male or female.
Haslemere Surrey England, Select Province... England
lynda lessard - 12/04/2017 bon courage pour le future, et mille fois merci de votre courage et dévouement pour nous protéger .
vous etes nos héros .......MERCI
ste-ursule, Quebec canada
Diane Carl - 11/04/2017 For 65 years I have kept the service medal an old WW1 veteran gave me. I was looking at it today,thinking about him and my father who served in WW2. Both were good people, brave, strong and fiercely proud of this country, just as you are. I thank them for their service and I thank you for all that you do for those of us at home. May the Creator of all bless you and keep you safe
Bashaw, Alberta canada
25th St. John's Rangers - 10/04/2017 Dear Soldiers, we are the 25th St. John's Rangers from St. John's Newfoundland. As apart of our Beaumont Hamel Challenge, we are learning about the Royal Newfoundland Regiment and the Battle of the Somme. We wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for all that you do representing us, serving your country, and allowing peace to continue. We hope that you can return home soon safe and sound. Best of luck to you. From Ashley, Molly, Bethany, Caitlin, Ashley and Karleena.
St. Johns, Newfoundland Canada
Louise D. - 10/04/2017 Message pour Abderrahim Bellahnid lieutenant colonel de la Marine Royale Canadienne,
Dernièrement (et très en retard, j'en suis désolée), j'ai appris que tu a reçu un grand honneur l'an dernier pour ton excellent travail au sein de la Marine Royale Canadienne à titre de lieutenant colonel. Je t'envois mes félicitations et si le coeur t'en dit, envois moi un petit message ! Amitiés, Louise Duford (514-797-2735).
Brossard, Quebec Canada
Mary - 10/04/2017 To all the man and women that are serving our country and may feel just a little lonley today, I hope my short massage will brighting your day just a little,
You will not fear the terror of night nor the arrow that flies by day
till next time
with love Mary
Imprial, Saskatchewan Canada
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