By Somer Slobodian Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Soldiers will step back in time next month as they march from Fort George to Queenston Heights to re-enact the Battle of Queenston Heights on its 210th anniversary. The bloody and deadly battle re-enactment will play out on the weekend of Oct. 15 and 16. The Battle of Queenston Heights was the first major skirmish of the War of 1812. The battle also is famous because it led to the death of Maj.-Gen. Sir Isaac Brock died. He was killed on Oct. 13, 1812, after leading 200 men from Fort George to Queenston Heights to battle the invading Americans. “It’s really significant, because it’s the first time that you see British soldiers alongside Canadian marshman, (Runchey’s) Coloured Core, as well as Indigenous warriors,
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