September 11, 2018 – Cameron Cathcart – “100th Anniversary of the end of WWI”

Mr. Cathcart served as a member of the Royal Canadian Artillery before choosing a broadcasting career. He worked with the CBC for 30 years, much of the time as a parliamentary reporter in Ottawa and foreign correspondent in Washington, DC. Broadcasting has given him the opportunity to travel the world, including war zones. This has given Mr. Cathcart a deeper appreciation of the contribution and sacrifice of Canada’s veterans. He has organized numerous events to honour veterans and current serving members. Mr. Cathcart is the principal organizer and Master of Ceremonies for Vancouver’s annual Remembrance Day Service. He is an active member of the British Columbia Regiment Association as well as a member of The Royal United Services Institute Committee, which oversees the development of Honour House – a hostel for family members visiting Armed Forces personnel undergoing medical treatment in Vancouver. His extensive experience in broadcasting and knowledge of media procedures has helped ensure veterans’ issues and concerns are brought to the forefront of public attention.

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