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William G. Brasier whose home is at 33 Simcoe Street, Lindsay, enlisted for service in the Canadian Army on 1 August 1940.
He was moved from Lindsay to Ottawa in January 1941, to St. John (N.B.) in May 1941; to Niagara-on-the-lake (Ontario) in October 1941; to Edmonton (Alberta) in March 1942; to Prince Rupert (British Columbia) in June 1942; to Victoria (British Columbia) in May 1944; and the United Kingdom in January 1945.
Enlisting with the rank of Private W.G. Brasier was promoted to L/Cpl on 28 January 1941; from L/Cpl to Cpl on 15 May 1941.
Cpl Brasier went overseas on 8 January 1945. He served with the army in England. He arrived home on 13 December 1945 and was given his discharge from the service on 14 January 1946.
Cpl. Brasier was employed by Allen & Hambury as a Driver before his war-service. He is welcome back to his home town.
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