|Canadian B&BS Proud To Honour Veterans and Military Personnel
with FREE ROOMS on REMEMBRANCE DAY!
A campaign titled B&Bs for Vets started in West Virginia in 2008 in honor of
Veteran's Day in the US. Last year, BBCanada.com - Canada's leading bed and
breakfast web directory got involved to create more awareness for the campaign
in Canada. BBCanada.com is looking forward to an even greater level of
participation from our members this fall.
Hundreds of B&Bs throughout Canada and the U.S. will be honouring veterans and
military personnel with free rooms in recognition of Remembrance Day. B&B owners
will be opening their doors with complimentary stays for the night of Sunday November 11, 2012. Guests will enjoy a wonderful breakfast the next morning
after a relaxing night's sleep in a B&B. B&B owners are thrilled that they can
participate in this campaign. It's their way to say "Thank you" to those who
have served and those serving in the military.
Veterans and active personnel who are interested in reserving a room for
November 11, 2012 should contact the B & B directly. Visit BBCanada.com B&Bs for Vets 2012 to see a complete list of participating Canadian B & Bs and contact details. Please note that military identification is required.
Defence Minister Peter MacKay visits Pictou County with General Walt Natynczyk
In May 2011, Defence Minister Peter Mackay invited Chief of Defence Staff Walter Natynczyk to Pictou County to meet with the Construction Engineer Flight 144 Pictou. They toured the Pictou County Military Heritage Museum in Westville, and spoke with local air, sea, and army cadets. They also toured some of the community service club project sites the AEF 144 assists with renovations and construction.
Building a Gazebo in New Glasgow
Members of #144 Construction Engineering Flight Pictou help to finish the
roof of a
gazebo being built in downtown New Glasgow for the Pictou County
Association. From top left: Private Greg Creighton and Corporal Eli
Feltmate receive a piece of plywood from Private Angus MacPhee, bottom
left, and Private Travis Decker. Photo by Sueann Musick – The News
Ralph Heighton receives Canadian Forces Medallion
Click here to read full article in the Advocate.