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Our local team will be playing a charity game against the Montreal Canadiens Alumni team on March 03, 2018 at the Waterloo Memorial Rec Centre.

VIP Passes

$75 per ticket (limited numbers available)
Meet and Greet with the Habs Alumni (5-6pm)

Regular Passes

$25.00 per ticket
Game starts at 7:00pm

Special Honour (Call for Availability)

For $1500.00 donation, you can play on the ice with the Montreal Canadiens Alumni Team. This is the opportunity of a lifetime for any 90s hockey fan (and even more if you love the Habs!). We only have a couple of spaces available and we expect them to go fast. Contact Dave or Terri today to see if they are still available.

Contact us for Hockey Night in Waterloo tickets or sponsorship opportunities.

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Welcome to the Portraits of Honour Website.

A website that is dedicated to the honour of our Canadian Military, First Responders and to the memory of our fallen.

Our goal is to educate Canadians on why we all should be PROUD of our troops and all the accomplishments made by each and every one of them, in every role they play.

THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR CANADIAN TROOPS

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Our objective is to educate Canadians and help remember the sacrifices that our brave men and women in the Canadian forces make each and every day. We want to show our troops that CANADIANS ARE PROUD of our military and First Responders and of the work they do.

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