Another accolade for the late Tommy Prince , our country’s most decorated indigenous veteran .The city re names the North Centennial Recreation Center as “ TOMMY PRINCE PLACE”
Dedication ceremonies held over the weekend heard dignitaries call Tommy a national and international icon of courage. Sergeant Prince fought in the Second World War as a member of the 2nd Battalion Princess Pat’s Light Infantry in the Korean conflict and through his service was recognized with 11 medals .
His body lies in Brookside , Western Canada’s largest cemetery. Learn more about this very brave man who gave so much and in the end suffered alone. We should all remember his legacy!Learn more about this Son from Santerbury with this video.