Friday, December 24, 2010

Submariners Association of Canada (Central Branch) give us their endorsement!

Good Day Michael,

As President of the Submariners Association of Canada central branch I first want to thank you for bringing this to our attention. I believe I can safely state that we are fully behind the navy returning to the RCN. This will bring back a lot of the pride and glory which I think was lost during the amalgamation those many years ago. If there is anything you need from us please let me know.

Thank you
Bob Wallace


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The Petition moves along...

May 1: Laurie Hawn, M.P. agrees to support petition
April 30: Sent draft petition to The Dominion Institute to seek their sponsorship
April 28: Sent draft petition to Captain(N) Pickingford, Project Manager, Canadian Navy Centennial Project
April 27: Sent petition to Blaine Barker of the Royal Canadian Naval Association and Bob Nixon of the Naval Officer's Association of Canada and Peter Dawe, Executive Director of the RMC Club
April 26: The Monarchist League of Canada members are supportive
April 25: Interesting - even heated - debate over at the Navy, Army, Air Force Forum, where the "Yeas" have it by a two-thirds majority.