Free cards for the troops

Sylvia Starchuk readies a display of the six free cards for Canadian troops at the Hallmark Canada store in Southpointe Common. Hallmark Canada is introducing a line of six Canadian Heroes cards for members of Canada’s armed forces. The cards will be free between Nov. 9 and 11 at all Hallmark Gold Crown stores across Canada to encourage Canadians to write to troops, even if they don’t know someone stationed overseas. Addresses of Canadian soldiers deployed overseas can be found online at http://www.forces.gc.ca/site/commun/message/addresses-2-eng.asp

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Sylvia Starchuk readies a display of the six free cards for Canadian troops at the Hallmark Canada store in Southpointe Common. Hallmark Canada is introducing a line of six Canadian Heroes cards for members of Canada’s armed forces. The cards will be free between Nov. 9 and 11 at all Hallmark Gold Crown stores across Canada to encourage Canadians to write to troops, even if they don’t know someone stationed overseas. Addresses of Canadian soldiers deployed overseas can be found online at http://www.forces.gc.ca/site/commun/message/addresses-2-eng.asp

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