Canada in the First World War

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There is a plaque on the western pillar of the monument/gate. The inscription on it reads:

1914-1918
In grateful memory of those who gave their lives in the Great War:

Pte James McKeegan, 14th Batt, C.E.F., killed in action at Ypres, Mar. 31st 1916
Lieut James Donaldson McClintock, 27th Batt, C.E.F., killed in action, Vimy Ridge, Apr 10th 1917
Pte William Whitcomb McClintock, 50th Batt, C.E.F., killed in action at Hallu, Aug. 10th 1918
Pte John Erskine Orr, 87th Grenadier Guards, killed in action at Ypres, Sept. 17th 1916
Capt Preston Alexander Chambers, 8th Batt, C.E.F., died in England, May 3rd 1916
Pte George Frederick Scott, 46th Batt, C.E.F., died of wounds in France, Sept. 28th 1918
Pte Robert Donald Brown, 24th Batt, C.E.F., killed in action in France, Aug. 27th 1918
Pte William Joseph McKnight, 69th Batt, C.E.F., killed in action, Nov. 29th 1916

And also in honour of all those who served.
"They sacrificed and served for us"

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