In December of 1917, the same year Canadians fought and won the Battle of Vimy Ridge, Jack Boan, the eldest son of Anglo-Scottish immigrants, was born on a small farm near Briercrest, Saskatchewan. In many respects, the intervening years have been both Boan’s and Canada’s century, as the man and the nation grew, matured and flourished together. In Spaces to Fill: And a Century To Do It, Boan shares the story of his life.
A Space to Fill
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