Global National: Nov. 29, 2022 | RCMP investigates alleged interference in Canada's democracy – Global News

Global National: Nov. 29, 2022 | RCMP investigates alleged interference in Canada's democracy – Global News

Global National: Nov. 29, 2022 | RCMP investigates alleged interference in Canada’s democracy  Global News Poilievre accuses Trudeau of “obscuring” questions about China’s alleged election interference  Global News Opinion | Canada’s leaders should take the Chinese threat more seriously  The Washington Post ‘No evidence at the time’ of foreign interference in 2019 federal election, Lucki says  CBC News View … Read more

More than 200 guests attend special Thanksgiving dinner at Salvation Army in Montclair

More than 200 guests attend special Thanksgiving dinner at Salvation Army in Montclair

MONTCLAIR, New Jersey (WABC) — People around the Tri-State are giving back on Thanksgiving. At the Salvation Army in Montclair, the food flowed — but so did the spirit of human kindness. “It’s a good place in Montclair to come to when you don’t have much,” dinner guest Vietnam said. The feast began with preparations … Read more

Army vet, Navy officer stopped gunman at Colorado gay club

Army vet, Navy officer stopped gunman at Colorado gay club

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — When army veteran Rich Fierro realized a gunman was spraying bullets inside the club where he had gathered with friends and family, instincts from his military training immediately kicked in. First he ducked to avoid any potential incoming fire, then he moved to try to disarm the shooter. “It’s the … Read more

WWII veteran buried next to his mother in Queens nearly 80 years after death

WWII veteran buried next to his mother in Queens nearly 80 years after death

QUEENS (WABC) — A World War II veteran is back home nearly 80 years after his death. Services for John Heffernan were held on Saturday afternoon. Heffernan was a U.S. Army Air Corps Lieutenant and Navigator. His bomber was shot down by Japanese forces in 1944, He was only 24 years old. Now, Heffernan’s remains … Read more

U.S. Vets career center opens in Inglewood

U.S. Vets career center opens in Inglewood

Make Camo Your Cause: U.S. Vets career center opens in Inglewood For the second year in a row, FOX joined the “Make Camo Your Cause” campaign for U.S. vets. INGLEWOOD, Calif. – Third time’s the charm to cut the ribbon before a brand-new career center at U.S. Vets in Inglewood.  The spacious and well-equipped center … Read more

Inaugural Hawaii Honor Flight lands in D.C.

Inaugural Hawaii Honor Flight lands in D.C.

WASHINGTON (Gray DC) – The first ever Hawaii Honor Flight landed on the National Mall Wednesday where a group of veterans from Hawaii visited the memorials built in their honor. “I made it. And they never made it,” said Vietnam War veteran Teddy Fabella, reflecting on his service in the Army. Fabella says he served … Read more

‘They’re our royalty’: Hundreds march in downtown Vancouver for Indigenous Veterans Day – BC

‘They’re our royalty’: Hundreds march in downtown Vancouver for Indigenous Veterans Day – BC

Sgt. Allen Derouin was just 16 years old when he joined the Canadian Army in 1950, bound to fight in the Korean War. The Ojibway teen was in the same infantry battalion as decorated First Nations war hero Sgt. Tommy Prince, whom he credits with saving his life overseas. “He knew I was underage,” Derouin … Read more

Chinese Canadian youth pay tribute to veterans in Vancouver’s Chinatown

Chinese Canadian youth pay tribute to veterans in Vancouver’s Chinatown

Global News Hour at 6 BC They put their lives on the line for Canada at a time when they were treated as second class citizens. Ahead of Remembrance Day, Chinese Canadian veterans received a special tribute Sunday at Vancouver’s Chinese Canadian Military Museum. Kristen Robinson reports.