The Canadian Vietnam Veterans Memorial Association was created to recognize the efforts of those Canadians who chose to serve with the United States Forces during the Vietnam War.
Between 1959 and 1975 approximately 40,000 Canadians did embark on a journey that would forever change their lives. Some never returned. Today we exist to promote awareness, support veterans, peacekeepers and to honour and remember those that lost their lives while serving in Vietnam.
Windsor native, Private First Class Larry Semeniuk wanted to be a soldier. He was an adventurous, restless and proud young man in search of a greater purpose in life. He joined the Essex Scottish Student Militia as soon as he was of age and always spoke of the possibilities the U.S. ... Read More ►