Celebrating Black Canadians who served their country in war

BLACK HISTORY MONTH

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Photo: Wikimedia Commons (Public Domain)

Rev. Capt William Andrew White, from Nova Scotia, was the first black officer in the British Army.

Canadian society is becoming increasingly and irreversibly diverse. As a member of the Canadian Armed Forces, I am proud that the Forces serve as a mirror of our multicultural social fabric, celebrating the diverse cultural backgrounds of those who form its tapestry.