Good Morning Sunday: Remembrance Day Canada

by ZK on November 11, 2012

Remembrance Day Canada

Canada today celebrates Remembrance Day.

Remembrance Day (also known in Canada as Poppy Day) commemorates civilians and military personnel who lost their lives in armed conflicts.

Many people across Canada wear artificial poppies on their clothes in the weeks before Remembrance Day. Red poppies signifies the memories of Canadian soldiers who gave their lives for freedom.

This Remembrance Day …..How will you Remember Them ?

Have a Super Sunday and a Great Week Ahead


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Junior November 11, 2012 at 8:09 am

Hi, Wonderful post and yeah its an awesome and remembrance day. However iam not from canada but i do believe in the peace.

Matthew November 12, 2012 at 9:19 am

In Europe, more specifically UK, we have a similar occasion – a day in which we remember all those that died in the war fighting for freedom.

mary November 16, 2012 at 11:32 am

this is a great time to remember what our fallen comraids did for us and thanks to them we’re still here today. R.I.P you’ll never be forgotton

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