Canada Remembrance Day


Lest We ForgetHappy Remembrance Day, Canadian readers.  For those that are not familiar with this holiday, Canadians (and a other countries around the world) observe November 11th as the day World War 1 hostilities ended with the official ending of the war ending at a later day.  This day is recognized as a commemorative day for the armed forces that gave their life and the surviving veterans that fought to keep this country free.

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