It is with great admiration and gratitude that IBEW Local 2067 acknowledges the sacrifice of the soldiers who fought at the Battle of Vimy Ridge in World War I. While armed conflict was and is nothing new, that battle was a defining moment for The Canadian Corps. Just as IBEW Local 2067 is proud to honor that past, we are also appreciative of the present. Representation of the Saskatchewan Dragoons (a unit of 38 Canadian Brigade Group) at the April 9, 2017 centenary commemorative service of Vimy Ridge was by an IBEW Local 2067 Member, Corporal Danny Malesh from Coronach, Saskatchewan. An active Canadian Armed Forces Reservist, Bro. Malesh was selected not only to attend the ceremony, but was also chosen as wreath-bearer for Prince Charles. Bro. Malesh spent a week touring the war memorial, World War I cemeteries and other battle sites as part of the experience. Employer Westmoreland Coal has been very supportive of Bro. Malesh’s second career in the Canadian Armed Forces. IBEW commends Bro. Malesh for representing at Vimy Ridge, as well as his continued service to our country, and would like to congratulate him on his recent promotion to Master Corporal.