The Halifax Bridge Commission planted this Garden of Remembrance in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1995.
Manitoba's Memorial Park
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This Garden of Remembrance was planted in Winnipeg, Manitoba in July 2012 to mark the 50th anniversary of Manitoba's Memorial Park.
Cranbrook, British Columbia
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This Garden of Remembrance was created in Cranbrook, British Columbia in 2011.
Photo: Jenny Humphrey
Camp Hill Memorial
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Why not think about volunteering? Every year, employees of Veterans Affairs Canada, Capital Health and local men and women in uniform volunteer their time to help get the Garden of remembrance at Camp Hill Memorial Veterans Building growing. Veteran residents enjoy the beautiful flowers all summer long.
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QEII Hospital in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Robie Street entrance.
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Gardens of Remembrance don’t need to grow in the ground. Paint flowers with your children and group the finished artwork together on the refrigerator or on the wall for a unique garden effect.
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Turn the idea of a rock garden on its head by making a garden out of rocks! Create a little fun for your family or students by painting flowers and commemorative symbols on rocks and then share them with your community by creating a “rock garden” for everyone to enjoy.
Veterans Affairs Canada Survey
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