Thousands of Canadians served in the Vietnam War. These researchers are looking for them

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If you are a Vietnam veteran or have a family member who fought in the war, two researchers in Windsor, Ont., want to hear from you. 

For their project, Be Counted, they’re developing a registry of as many Canadian veterans as possible to record their information before it’s too late.

“Canadians who served were never recognized and I think it’s time they were,” said Keith Tracy, a U.S. army veteran who lives in Windsor, Ont., and one of the researchers. 

The Vietnam War began unofficially in 1955, with the height of the conflict in the late 1960s. It ended April 30, 1975, with the fall of Saigon.

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