Tomorrow (November 11th) is Remembrance Day. We will remember those who paid the ultimate sacrifice and everyone else who, so willingly, sacrificed what they had including their life, for the life of others. Remembrance Day is a day where we remember what happened in the past. It is a day where we thank the people who served our country, past or present. This year, it is increasingly important because there are no more Canadian Veteran survivors of World War I. This year is also the 100th year after World War I started. We must always know that our freedom never came easy. Millions of people fought, many died for the very freedom which we take for granted today. Everything we have today would be never here without the people who fought for us. As a sign of respect, please donate to the Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund and pick up a poppy as a sign of sympathy, compassion, nationalism and most importantly as a sign of respect and dignity for those who fought in the past wars.
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