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McDermott House makes first donation of $1.2 Million to Sunnybrook

We are very excited to announce that McDermott House Canada presented Sunnybrook Foundation with a cheque for $1.2 Million on September 21, 2014.  The renovation is expected to begin  shortly, enabling our veterans to receive the best care possible. John McDermott was joined by Brian Stemmle, Olympic Downhill Skier, Chief Bill Blair, Paul Kenny, MHC…

McDermott House Canada statement on recent attacks on Canadian soil.

We, at McDermott House Canada, are shocked and saddened by the recent attacks on the members of our Canadian Armed Forces in both Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec and Ottawa, Ontario. We owe so much to the brave men and women who protect our country, and it is devastating to know that they are threatened here at home…

McDermott House announces long term partnership with Pine Hills Cemetery and Funeral Home

Pine Hills Makes a Difference! John McDermott accepts the first donation of many from (l)Neil O’Bright, Manager – Family Services and (r)David Perry, Manager, Funeral Operations. McDermott House is honored (and grateful) to partner with Pine Hills, and to support their long term commitment to Veterans.

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Sat, Nov 01, 2014
Remembrance Day, 2014, as wars rage, Canadians may want to consider ... It concludes, “Returning veterans with mental and physical wounds inhabit a ... The party that had courted, lionized and used the military now turned its ...
Via: Veterans Canada
Fri, Oct 31, 2014
The two-week campaign, which assists veterans and their dependants ... Assisting any person serving or who has served in the Canadian Forces, ...
Via: Veterans Canada
Fri, Oct 31, 2014
For 15 years Sandy Bernstein has been selling poppies to help support Canadian military veterans but what occurred Thursday was a first for her.
Via: Veterans Canada
Fri, Oct 31, 2014
“We've had concerns a long time now about the second-class treatment of reservists,” said Mike Blais, a retired army member who helps run Canadian ...
Via: Veterans Canada
Fri, Oct 31, 2014
“There's definitely a military identity in the family,” said Mike, a former Canadian Army reservist whose brother Paul served in the Canadian Airborne ...
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