Frank Reid is a Canadian veteran, who now volunteers at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa. The interview with Frank Reid starts at 16m50s.
Find Frank Reid on Facebook: Frank Reid
The white poppy symbolizes peace. It is meant to remind us of the civilians that are killed in war — over 90% of the casualties in recent wars are civilians, not military troops. The white poppy shows us that we embrace a culture of peace, not the glorification of war. And the white poppy honours those people who practice that culture of peace by refusing to participate in military service.
In Canada Peace Poppies Vancouver have been distributing white lapel poppies. You can order from their website, White Poppies.
The book discussed is Disarming Conflict: Why Peace Cannot Be Won on the Battlefield by Ernie Regehr, not Tom Regehr. My apologies for the error.
Graham Hafey is a Canadian veteran who now runs V2V Black Hops Brewery in Victoria, British Columbia.
The interview with Graham Hafey starts at 39m33s.
Find V2V Black Hops Brewery online at https://v2vblackhopsbrewing.ca/
- 00m25s: cor — TR/ST from the Destroyer II album
- 03m55s: Shame — TR/ST
- 11m52s: In Flanders Fields — John McCrea, read by Bob Jonkman
- 13m05s: Favourite Boy — Half Moon Run
- 16m50s: Interview with Frank Reid
- 26m19s: Drop Me In — Paragon Cause
- 29m42s: I Waited — Paragon Cause
- 32m38s: White Poppy discussion
- 38m13s: Fade Away — Tamara Maddalen
- 39m33s: Interview with Graham Hafey
- 50m57s: Devil At The Back Door — Bobcat Bartolo
- 51m53s: Armour — Bridal Party from the Too Much album
- 58m10s: I’ve Known No War — J.P. Mortier from the Nation Of Iron album
Download: ckms-community-connections-2019-11-11.mp3 (81 MiBytes, 58m47s, episode 25)
CKMS Community Connections Hour One airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Monday from 11:00am to Noon, and Hour Two airs on Friday from 2:00pm to 3:00pm.