On July 1, we marked the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme. The slaughter of hundreds of thousands of young men echoes through the century. I am Canadian because of my Scottish grandmother. She turned 19 the year the First World War ended. She looked around and saw that “there were no young men left.” So she made a new life in Western Canada. Fast forward 100 years. Armed conflict has changed. The line between combatants
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