Robert J. Galbraith

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September 2013

Cluster Bombs Used in Iraq – Deadly Rain Claims Children Victims

CLUSTER BOMBS – DEADLY RAIN Special to the Montreal Gazette by Robert J. Galbraith 2008 Five-year-old cluster bomb victim, Ali Mustapha Ghaleb is rushed to a Baghdad hospital. Barely alive and moaning in agony, his shrapnel-riddled body lies draped across… Continue Reading →

Canadian Troops Train Afghan Recruits

Canadian Troops Train Afghanistan Army Recruits By Robert J. Galbraith in Kabul, Afghanistan for the Toronto Star 09/16/05 In the mountainous region 5 miles of east Kabul, 450 Afghani Army recruits, are being indoctrinated by the Canadian Armed forces in… Continue Reading →

De-Mining Afghanistan and the Toll on Children

THE HUMAN COST OF DE-MINING AFGHANISTAN By Robert J. Galbraith for the Montreal Gazette 10/10/07 Since 1989, sixty percent of Afghanistan had been cleared of landmines, but those mines that remain still take a deadly toll on innocent civilians and… Continue Reading →

Dedicated Canadian Worker Sacrifices Much In Afghanistan – To Build A Better World

A Dedicated Canadian Worker Sacrifices Much In Afghanistan – To Build A Better World By Robert J. Galbraith for the Toronto Star 09/30/05 While most Canadians are sitting back at their breakfast tables, drinking their morning coffee and kissing their… Continue Reading →

Christian Barthomeuf Ice Cider Pioneer in Quebec

Christian Barthomeuf Ice Cider Pioneer Story and Photos by Robert J. Galbraith November 2010 FRELIGHSBURG, Quebec – Christian Barthomeuf trudges through the freshly fallen snow of his Frelighsburg orchard with a large drooping canvas pouch strapped to his waist. Looking… Continue Reading →

Saving Montreal’s 273-Year-Old Hurtubise House 11/08/10

Preserving Westmount’s 273-Year-Old Hurtubise House By Robert J. Galbraith for the Montreal Gazette 11/08/10 One of the Island of Montreal’s few remaining and finest examples of early 18th century; French-Canadian style architecture, is being painstakingly preserved as a teaching beacon… Continue Reading →

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