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The words "Together we remember: The Memorial community will come together in a virtual ceremony of remembrance on Wednesday, Nov. 10" are in black over a white background. There are images in a diagonal grid of poppies, forget-me-nots, caribou and soldier sculptures, the danger tree, a commemorative wreath and the Memorial Tower.


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Gold star achievement

Memorial's B.Sc.N. (collaborative) nursing degree program earns full accreditation

Female first

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A Q&A with Chevron Canada Ltd. Endowed Scholarship recipient Nathan Young

A tribute

Dr. J.C. Jacob carried wisdom and compassion in the depths of his soul