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  • Holocaust hero Raoul Wallenberg’s legacy takes root in Ottawa

    BY ANDREW DUFFY, OTTAWA CITIZEN NOVEMBER 9, 2012 A tree planting ceremony at a park on Viewmount Drive in Nepean took place Friday to commemorate the heroism of Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who saved tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews during World War II. OTTAWA — Ottawa’s Jaclyn Friedlich is part of the universe [...]

  • Letter: Many faces to genocide

    remember victims “Turkey’s extermination of Christian Armenians in 1915, resulting in the deaths of an estimated one to 1.5 million people, is often forgotten” By Richard Deaton, Ottawa Citizen Re: History’s victims born to flames, condemned to remember, July 19. Genocide has had many different faces and victims throughout history, and has not been limited [...]