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Be the Change film series begins November 15

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Submitted I AM WAR, which offers a personal look at war through the eyes of five men and women who served with the Canadian Forces in Afghanistan including former platoon leader Captain Ashley Collette, now a military social worker from Nova Scotia. The show airs tonight (Friday) at 9 p.m. on History.

Production brings stories of Afghanistan to home

Through the observance of Remembrance Day it is sometimes easy to forget that there are still men and women of Canada’s Armed Forces overseas fighting, training, protecting in conflicts that are light years away from what anyone would consider conventional warfare.

QCT comes full circle

COLLINGWOOD — When Rochelle Reynolds set her season schedule for Quarter Century Theatre, she knew that she wanted to bring a different voice of theatre to the area.

Three local actors — Heather Dennis, Richard Varty and Candy Pryce — are returning to Theatre by the Bay for the remount of We Must Have More Men! Barrie and the Great War. It opens next week in Barrie, with shows to follow at CFB Borden and in Collingwood. SUBMITTED

Bringing war close to home

For those that may have missed it — and those that want to see it again — Theatre by the Bay (TBTB) is remounting its best original work to date.

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