Anti-malaria drug under scrutiny

From the Legion Magazine.

Camp X

Cure or curse?

by Sharon Adams

Evidence is getting stronger that mefloquine, an anti-malarial
drug prescribed to troops deploying to mosquito-ridden
tropical regions, may cause neuropsychiatric side effects.


Front lines : a new weekly feature

High Arctic research supports sovereignty

by Stephen J. Thorne

Scientists at the Department of National Defence have been at work in the Canadian Arctic developing a new tool to help assert the country’s polar sovereignty. The expedition is part of efforts to develop surveillance
capabilities to monitor the approaches to Canada’s Arctic.


September 8, 1951

The Royal 22nd Regiment takes part in Operation Minden, as the
1st Commonwealth Division crosses Korea’s Imjin River into no man’s
land to establish a bridgehead on a new front line.


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