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Dieppe Military Veterans' Association

Donations to the DMVA are used to support the Dieppe 3006 Army Cadet Corps and other community projects.

         May Meeting Guest Speaker

     Unveiling of the Dieppe Raid Coin

Local Events & Mess Dinner 2019

Local Events & Mess Dinner 2017

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The Sovereign's Medal for Volunteers (French: Médaille du Souverain pour les Bénévoles)

The sovereign Medal is a Canadian decoration intended to honour volunteers who have made a significant and continual contribution to their community, either in Canada or abroad. The medal was initially conceived by Governor General Roméo LeBlanc as the Governor General's Caring Canadian Award and created in November 1995, to award volunteers. It was replaced on 15 July 2015 by the Sovereign's Medal for Volunteers. His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, presented honours during a ceremony in Moncton, New Brunswick. Congratulations to all...