Friday, July 25, 2014

A special tribute to our canine allies

Commemorative Monument / Heroes Park Beaconsfield, Québec.
It is with pleasure that PIJAC Canada shares with you information on the “Heroes Park” project, which will honor the service and sacrifice of men and women in uniform along with their canine companions.
Situated in a park dedicated by the City of Beaconsfield, the layout and central monument will honor their service and sacrifice in a proper setting to be maintained in perpetuity.
Community Cenotaph / Heroes Park
In collaboration with the City of Beaconsfield and Veterans Affairs Canada, on the eve of the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the First World War, a Cenotaph will be placed in memory of those who have served and sacrificed themselves in service of their nation and communities. Inclusive and unique, this honour will be bestowed upon the military, police officers, fire fighters and first responders.

A special tribute to our canine allies
Through an initiative of Mrs. Johanne Tassé (CaacQ), there is an opportunity to add a cenotaph to pay tribute to service dogs past and present in Heroes Park.   A separate monument that will recognize dogs serving our communities, protecting our borders, working with police officers, first responders and the military and helping families having lost one of their loved ones.

A corporate support opportunity that might fit in with your business objectives? For more information or to contribute to the project, simply consult the following website: or contact directly Major Richard Gratton, CD, Chair of the Heroes Committee by telephone 514-775-2793 or email:

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