Bruce Power and its partners came together to raise $126,000 for Wounded Warriors Canada at a gala on Nov. 9 in Kincardine. Presenting the cheque at Bruce Power’s Remembrance Day ceremony is Harry Hall, left, Bruce Power’s Vice President, Supply Chain, Phil Ralph, National Program Director, Wounded Warriors Canada, Crystal Pollock, Supply Chain Administrative Assistant, and Mike Rencheck, Bruce Power’s President and CEO.

Bruce Power Supports Wounded Warriors

Bruce Power and its partners raised $126,000 for Wounded Warriors Canada at a charity dinner this week.

Wounded Warriors Canada honours and supports ill and injured Canadian Armed Forces members, veterans, first responders and their families.

It helps transition civilian soldiers back to civilian life, helping them cope with the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder.

“It’s humbling, the courage and strength the members of our Armed Forces show every day,” says Harry Hall, vice president, Supply Chain, who is himself a veteran. “We hope this donation will make it easier for our wounded soldiers to transition back to civilian life.”

Bruce Power also marked Remembrance Day on Friday.

There was an on-site ceremony, and representatives also laid wreaths at numerous local cenotaphs.