Deputy Secretary General of the Canadian Agency of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, Dominique Boulais said yesterday he held a successful training workshop for the staff of the Ministry of Transport, Works, Urban Development and Local Government…

Deputy Secretary General of the Canadian Agency of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, Dominique Boulais said yesterday he held a successful training workshop for the staff of the Ministry of Transport, Works, Urban Development and Local Government in relation to the management of war Graves around the country.

These graves which represent twenty seven dead in six cemeteries around the country, represent persons who died in World War One and Two and one causality of the war in Afghanistan.

Mr. Boulais said yesterday’s session was very successful with twenty-three participants.




Mr. Boulais also outlined the work they have done so far and their work program which will be carried out in St. Vincent and the Grenadines in relation to War Graves for 2014.

Deputy Secretary General of the Canadian Agency of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, Dominique Boulais

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