A Day of Remembrance

Every year on November 11, Canadians pause in a silent moment of remembrance for the men and women who have served, and continue to serve our country during times of war, conflict and peace.

Introduction

Remembrance doesn't start with poppies, find out more about what's to come in A Day of Remembrance.

Why Remember?

Catch up on Canadian war heroes and why Canadians should remember them.

Whom Do We Remember?

Fathers, brothers, Mothers, and more. Find out who Canadians are taking their moment of silence for.

What Should We Remember?

Take a look into Canada's war history from the First World War to the Korean War and on.

How Do We Remember?

Silence, poppies, ceremonies. Learn more about how Canadians will be remembering this Remembrance Day.

Sources

Interested in learning more? Checkout our collection of sources from A Day of Remembrance to begin your search into Canada's war history.

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