The Cannon’s Mouth is a resurrection of my previous blog of the same name as I’m hoping to get back into the swing of helping keep interested Canadians–including myself–more aware of what’s going in terms of publications, museum exhibits, presentations, etc. in the field of Canadian military history.
The Timmins Press has reported on a statue unveiled in Chapleau, Ontario, in memory of Charles Henry Byce.
The Peterborough Examiner recently covered the Peterborough Museum and Archives’ exhibition–on loan from the Museum Strathroy-Caradoc–entitled “The Life and Legacy of Sir Arthur Currie”.
Finally, The Montreal Gazette has published a piece on the installation of LAV III armoured fighting vehicle monuments along the Highway of Heroes.
Retired Major Len Curchin has authored The Elgin: From Armour to Engineers, 1977-2016. It was released as part of the regiment’s recent 150th centennial celebration, which you can read about here.