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The Merrickville, Ontario naval reservist is one of 11 to be awarded decorations for bravery, which also include the Cross of Valour and the Star of Courage.
His efforts were rewarded when he was given a number of medals for his bravery - including a Cross of Valour with two bars, one of the highest accolades given by the Polish government.
Two West Australian men, Timothy Britten and Richard Joyes, were awarded the Cross of Valour for their efforts to rescue those in the Sari club.
I have just finished the article by Bill Beswetherick ("Police wrong to demand valour award for constable" Volume 15 Issue 1) concerning the suitability of awarding Cobourg police Constable Chris Garrett a posthumous Cross of Valour.
Among the dog-eared photos and yellowing documents found in the tin were five medals, including the Polish Army's Cross of Valour - the equivalent of the Victoria Cross.
It is to be hoped that the Governor General's selection committee will base its decision on whether to award the Cross of Valour solely on the facts and not on pressure from police, media, and the public.
The Canadian government is considering posthumously awarding Tony the prestigious Cross of Valour and Star of Courage.
Yesterday it was revealed that Canada was considering posthumously awarding him the prestigious Cross of Valour and Star of Courage.