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Sun, 11 Nov 2018
Today is the 100th anniversary of the signature of the armistice which ended World War One.
I had the opportunity to visit the beaches of Normady in 2011, including the Canadian monument at Vimy and the cemetaries where many of our fellow countrymen are buried having given their life in service to their country to fight for liberty.
On 11/11, we like to remember them and all of the brave soldiers who have given (and are still giving) time and effort to help protect us in war and peace alike.
War is always horrible and politics on a global scale is always complicated. But on this Remembrance Day, let's all find a moment to remember all of those who have fought and are fighting for us.
LEST WE FORGET.
And on this special day, let's all remember John McCrae's poem, "In Flanders Field":
Peace to all.