Tag Archives: Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day 2020, a year to forget as we remember those who served

As I have written on many Remembrance Days, remembering is something that our town does pretty well.  We live near the largest training base in Canada, with a strong military presence and much pride in that fact. People of all … Continue reading

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Remembering our Indigenous soldiers on the eve of Remembrance Day – a story that needs telling

I will be posting a tribute to all our soldiers on Remembrance Day tomorrow, but when I came across this sobering historical reality and fine tribute I knew I had to share it widely. These words from Ian Anderson speak … Continue reading

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100 years of Remembrance Days: what we remember and what we forget

November 11, 2018. One hundred years since the signing of the. Armistice that ended World War I.  One hundred years of remembering the many, many sacrifices made by millions upon millions of people. Horrific sacrifices. Heartbreaking sacrifices. For far too … Continue reading

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