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Many Voices, Many Stories
Armed conflicts play themselves out at the expense of the human capital of the nations involved.
Many Canadians fought in the Second World War. Too often overlooked by history, they went through dire or extraordinary situations. Others–unrecognized heroes driven by various motives–died in combat or in prisoner-of-war camps.
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A Canadian Soldier Looks at a Portrait of Adolf Hitler
Lieut. Ken Bell / Canada. Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada / PA-140881
Vox populi
Are we sufficiently proud of the Canadian soldiers' sacrifice?
 

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Vox populi  (4:12)
(2008), director: Éric Barbeau, Montreal / Maureen Grant, Toronto / Counting On Us, Vancouver

The contributors to this Vox populi :
Lorraine Fortin (Vancouver)
Doug Falbo (Vancouver)
Claire Heenan (Montreal)
Emi Yano (Toronto)
Tara Arnst (Montreal)
Peter Wenk (Vancouver)
Fatoumata Diané (Montreal)
Baber Nasir & Dejan Graovac(Toronto)
Brandi Borsten (Toronto)
Miles Meadows (Vancouver)
Leslie Benisz (Vancouver)
Steven Todd (Toronto)
Robert Teszka (Vancouver).