Remembrance Week – Monday Nov 10, 2008

by | November 10, 2008

Its been 90 years since the end of the First World War “The war to end all wars”. Canadians are still at war …

My country of brave men and women has served well and often.  I am humbled and blessed to be living in Canada and sincerely acknowledge the sacrifices that were made to make this a safe and free country to live in.

Kevin Myers, a jounalist of the Telegraph newspaper in Britain, wrote an article “The Country the World Forgot – Again” that sums up Canada’s contributions to peace.  It is a great read and makes me very proud to be Canadian.

Another mention, the famous poem “In Flanders Fields” was written by a Canadian John McCrae in 1915 at the second battle of Ypres where the First Canadian Division distinguished themselves by holding the line inspite of chlorine gas attacks.

“Lest we forget”

One thought on “Remembrance Week – Monday Nov 10, 2008

  1. rob kercher

    This is cool Leo. Its neat you found that article. We’ll have to talk one about about the impact these events have had on our lives. We’ll be at the cerimony down town, then heading to legion 179 if the sfternoon. Thats at 6th and commercial.


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