The year 1928 turned out to be a very newsworthy year for Artillery in Vancouver. There was the first announcement that a new Armoury was being considered for Kerrisdale, a large naval parade in Vancouver, the Armistice Day parade, a Vancouver visit from Lieutenant Loewen, a dance in the Officers' Mess, Battery Dinner with the 68th Battery and training in Sarcee. There was also tragic news, not directly with the Brigade, but artillery related - the death of a former Gunner, a range accident in Scotland and the discovery of a live round at a picnic in Tacoma.
There's also an interesting article about transporting cavalry by truck and excerpts from Major-General Morrison's diaries . Check out all the stories from 1928 here.
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