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Duncan McCue Nov 8
Today is . A lot of viewers of this week have asked about my beaded poppy. Let me explain.
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GovCan - Indigenous Nov 8
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SJNFC Nov 8
Today is Aboriginal Veterans Day. Today we honour the sacrifices made by our Aboriginal brothers and sisters. Today, and everyday we thank you for your service.
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Chiefs of Ontario Nov 8
Today is Aboriginal Veterans Day. We commemorate the Indigenous men and women those who have served and fallen.
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Aylan Couchie Nov 8
Today for I honour my Grandfather, the late Thomas Couchie who fought with the Algonquin Regiment on the front lines in France and Belgium during WWII.
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Maia Caron Nov 8
I honour First Nations people who fought the treaties and Métis men and women who fought British colonial tyranny in the 1869-70 Red River Resistance and North-West Resistance of 1885.
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Coquitlam Legion Nov 8
Today is Our heartfelt thanks to all our veterans who have served our country
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Gabriel Dumont Inst Nov 8
Thank you Indigenous veterans (and families) for your service to our country! We remember and honour your service and sacrifice today and always
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LGen Jean-Marc Lanthier Nov 8
On we pause to honour the significant contributions and sacrifices of the Indigenous Peoples of Canada in time of war
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Wayne Arthurson 2018 Nov 8
For , here’s my late dad, M/Cpl George A Arthurson, Norway House Cree Nation, serving in W. Germany in the late 60s.
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Killa Kill'em Nov 8
Today is . Every beaded poppy I make I fill with prayers for our warriors who have fought and sacrificed.
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Kelly Bindle MLA Nov 8
We will never forget. We will carry their torch, keep their hopes & dreams for a better world alive. We remember
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Auntarchy Nov 8
exists bc Canada didn’t allow our Veterans to lay wreaths at the Remembrance Day services till ‘95. Our Veterans were not treated as equals when they returned from the wars. ❤️
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NishnawbeAski Nation Nov 11
Canadian Rangers held sunrise ceremony in Wapekeka on
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Jorge I. Castillo Nov 8
Celebrate by denouncing those spewing racist comments against First Nations.
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Nahanni Fontaine Nov 8
Meegwetch on this to all our Indigenous Members & Veterans ... your service is beyond appreciated ❤️ 🌺
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Jerica Fraser Nov 8
It is today. Both my great uncles Paul and Charles and their father Joseph fought in the First World War. Though not recognized as persons in their country, they fought to protect the lands they called home.
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D Hawker-Budlovsky Nov 8
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rob Nov 8
Thank you to all our indigenous brothers and sisters who have served this country and continue to serve today. You contributions and sacrifices are honoured today and every day. ❤️
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Mitzie Hunter Nov 8
New mandatory curriculum changes coming to schools making learning about residential schools, treaties and Indigenous people's historical and contemporary contributions to Canada.
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