Shania Twain is coming to the CFB Esquimalt to meet members of the Canadian Armed Forces and host a listening party of a new song. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan

Shania Twain set to visit CFB Esquimalt

Country music star is meeting members of the Canadian Armed Forces

The Canadian country music queen is coming to the Island.

Shania Twain is visiting CFB Esquimalt tomorrow (April 19) to meet members of all three branches of the Canadian Armed Forces and host a listening party, playing a recorded version of one of her new songs “Soldier,”and explaining the meaning behind the song.

The singer will also take a tour of HMCS Ottawa and a submarine, while getting familiarized with military vehicles and equipment before leaving.

nicole.crescenzi@vicnews.com

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