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Northern Ontario News - The Temiskaming Speaker - Historic regiment’s Colours to rest permanently at Bunker Military Museum Pictured after the laying up and consecration of the World War I Colours (in the background) of the 159th Battalion of the Expeditionary Force by the Algonquin Regiment at the Bunker Military Museum are: Bunker manager Dan Larocque, and board of directors Pat Anderson, Ann Margetson, Marg Harrison, Board Chair Lois Perry, Cobalt Mayor Tina Sartoretto, Lieutenant Colonel Pat Bryden, Padre (Captain) Francis Savill, Padre (Captain) Grant Churcher, Captain (retired) Ron Drouin and Chief Warrant Officer Kent Griffiths. (Staff photo)

Historic regiment’s Colours to rest permanently at Bunker Military Museum

Gordon Brock Speaker Editor COBALT – In a ceremony that was part militaristic, part spiritual, and part historic, the First World War Colours of the Algonquin Regiment were placed and…

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Ontario's Northern Newspaper - The Temiskaming Speaker - New exhibit looking at wartime in small-town Canada Lindsay Inglis-Clattenburg turned to the past for inspiration as she decorated the Cobalt Community Hall for The Bunker’s annual Christmas dinner. (Staff photo by Diane Johnston)

New exhibit looking at wartime in small-town Canada

COBALT (Staff) – A glimpse of small-town Canada at war, produced in Temiskaming and using local artifacts, will soon be available online. The multifaceted exhibit is a project of The…

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Northern Ontario News - The Temiskaming Speaker - Coleman teen wins World War I educational trip overseas Lola Angus is pictured here at the Bunker Military Museum among World War I artifacts. (Staff photo by Darlene Wroe)

Coleman teen wins World War I educational trip overseas

Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter COLEMAN TOWNSHIP — Fourteen young Canadians from across Canada will be travelling to England, France and Belgium in August to learn more about World War I…

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