"AS LONG AS WE LIVE, YOU SHALL LIVE. AS LONG AS WE LIVE, YOU SHALL BE REMEMBERED. AS LONG AS WE LIVE, YOU SHALL BE LOVED."
From POW MIA (powmia.webshare.ca/names.html): John A. Anderson, Gerard L.J. Gauthier, Alfonso P. Bartalotti, Leslie N. General, Gary W. Purcell, Fidele J. Bastarache, Danny E. Goodwin, John H. Reeves, Gaetan J.G. Beaudoin, Gilbert J. Graham, William R. Robson, Alvin K. Bencher, Larry Green, John J. Roden, Vincent Bernard, Randolph E. Hatton, Robert J. Santoro, Guy A. Blanchette, Wayne L. Hawes, Charlie F. Sauler, Daniel A. Bolduc, Robert W. Holditch, Daniel L.P. Sauve, Gregory L. Bomberry, Willis F. House, Dennis R. Schmidt, Ivan C. Broeffle, George V. Jmaeff, Steven J. Scott, Thomas E. Brown, Andrew J. Jobey, Larry S. Semeniuk, Peter N. Bruyere, Harry D.C. Kellar, Edward G. Sharpe, Gary Butt, John W.S.G. Kelly, Gary F. Shaw, Michael F. Campbell, Bruce T. Kennedy, John C. Sherin III, Randall K. Campbell, Robert W. Kenny, Eldon W. Smith, Bernard J. Caron, Jonathan P. Kmetyk, Frank J. Somers, Dale S. Chamberlain, Adolf J. Kroisenbacher, Tadeusz Sosniak, Larry R.Collins, Paul S. Laverock, Stefan Z. Stalinski, Mark P. Collins, Darryl D.S. Lawson, Robert J. Steel, Andrew C. Conrad, Jr., Kevin D. Low, Alan M. Sturdy, Austin M. Corbiere, Geoffery J. Lukey, Melvin H. Suthons, Normand A. Corbin, John W. MacGlashan, Vernon J. Thorsteinson, Frank E. Crabbe, David K. Manning, Murray D. Vidler, Donald P. Davies, Maurice J. Marier, Baxter Warren, Patrick J. Dearborn, Alan C. Martin, Rutherford J. Welsh, Francis J.D. Delmark, Joesph H. Marshall, III, Gordon G. White, Brian J. Devaney, Michael J. Masterson, Richard C. Williams, Douglas W. Devoe, Ian McIntosh, Thomas M. Williams, Richard P. Dextraze, Rob G. McSorley, Paul H. Wolos, Guy D. Dickie, Regen A. Monette, Gerald F. Young, Michael J. Dunn, Donald W. Morin, , Gordon P. Eadie, Calvin I. Nesbitt, John F. Francis, James P. Nicholson, Thomas E. Fraser, Allan W. Persicke, Joesph O. Frigault, Roger M. Pisacreta
Near the U.S. border there is one memorial, The North Wall, at Assumption Park, Windsor, Ontario, overlooking the Detroit River. It honors the more than one hundred Canadians who lost their lives in Vietnam and the seven who went missing in action. It is a fine tribute to Canadians who served and sacrificed all for their belief in freedom during the Cold War.
"The Wall That Heals", is a half scale replica of the most visited memorial in Washington, D.C. Since its dedication, The Wall That Heals has visited nearly 250 cities and towns throughout the nation, spreading the its healing power to millions. It has also travelled to the four provinces of Ireland and to Canada.
The North Wall images appearing on these North Wall pages are from the 2005 Canadian Vietnam Memorial ceremony which featured the travelling "Wall That Heals". They are subject to copyright by World War II veteran, George Mock (gmockrcpilot).