Remembrance Day

75 years ago, we celebrated the end of World War II. This day is to remember the millions of Canadians who served Canada for 6 years to gain our freedom. We must remember the values ​​that these Canadians conveyed. They fought for what we have today.

This day is not only to remember the Second World War but to remember all the veterans who fought over the years for the freedom we have today. Rwanda, Afghanistan, the Balkan, the Gulf War, Cyprus, the Korean War, the South African War and even the conflicts that arose after World War I and II.


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