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The Canadian Rangers at 75

“You’re working for the safety and security of your country, that’s why I’m involved,” says Commander Oswald Allen (left) pictured here with Second-in-Command Master Corporal Levi Wolfrey (right) of the Canadian Rangers Rigolet Patrol in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

“You’re working for the safety and security of your country, that’s why I’m involved,” says Commander Oswald Allen (left) pictured here with Second-in-Command Master Corporal Levi Wolfrey (right) of the Canadian Rangers Rigolet Patrol in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Photo:  (Eilis Quinn/Eye on the Arctic)

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RIGOLET, Newfoundland and Labrador – Oswald Allen and Levi Wolfrey remember the day more than two decades ago that they heard the Canadian Rangers were looking for members and decided to go and check it out.

They wanted people that knew the land, where to go and not go, so when [the military] came here to recruit, we both went together, Wolfrey said.

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