One of the most well-known Remembrance Day poems, "In Flanders Fields" was written by Canada's Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae during the First World War and inspired by poppy fields near Ypres in Flanders.

Colonel John Mccrae, author of the poem "In Flanders Fields". John Mccrae was born in my hometown of Guelph Ontario in

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deepest thanks to veterans everywhere for all they've done for this country everyone calls Canada and the people who live here who know it best as home. Lest we forget.

Oh Canada, I stand on guard for thee...

The are several places online where you can find Canadian Free Stuff. They either offer Free Stuff that can be sent to you if you are a Canadian resident or Free Stuff you can win. If you know the places to look, you can find several opportunities.

On this day, we thank and honour all those who serve or have served our country. We owe you our lives and our freedoms. Our gratitude is immeasurable. For all that you have sacrificed, we sincerely THANK YOU!

Freedom is Never Free. What was paid we need to keep remembering

Freedom is Never Free. What was paid we need to keep remembering

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Remembering John Henry Sutherland, who on this day was fighting for his life , with multiple wounds.

Last photos:  This image of a happy Cirillo was taken by a tourist in the days before his death

Nathan Cirillo's dogs wait for him to return home

On Sunday, we asked a very handsome guard for a picture with my friend visiting from Cali - RIP Nathan Cirillo (the soldier that was shot & killed while guarding the tomb of the Unknown Soldier by the idiot that wanted to be a terrorist in Canada)

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