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Rojen Rahmani Nov 8
Happy Thank you to all our brave indigenous veterans.
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Melanie Mark Nov 8
National calls on us to remember the exceptional men and women who served in the Canadian armed forces despite barriers and inequity at home 🌺
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David Paul Nov 8
Proud of my two sons serving in the Canadian Arm Forces
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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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MB Young Liberals Nov 9
On and all other memorial days this November
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NishnawbeAski Nation Nov 11
Canadian Rangers held sunrise ceremony in Wapekeka on
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elizabethan Nov 11
Can we stop referring to soldiers killed in war as "fallen", call bullshit and stop glorifying state-sanctioned murder?!
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GhostWarrior⚔ 🌈 Nov 11
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Nadir Andre Nov 11
Today we honour our Warriors who fought so we can enjoy our freedom
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NCTR Nov 11
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Nyctea Nov 11
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JoAnn Mulhern Nov 10
We don't hear nearly enough about Aboriginal wartime service. Francis Pegahmagabow,decorated WWI sniper.
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Ian McCallum Nov 10
"Skip" Logan, my uncle. RCAF in WW2. Member of the Munsee-Delaware First Nation.
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Sharmila Xavier Nov 10
Ss in Rm 221 spoke from their heart at Remembrance Day Assembly about the dedication of First Nations soldiers who did not have to enlist but volunteered in the devastating wars to protect our Nation.
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Chadwick Cowie Nov 10
Lastly, as an on why is important: many in who were denied their veterans rights were only officially acknowledged and compensated in the early 2000s & after a court case - many Indig veterans never got to witness it in person
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Chadwick Cowie Nov 10
For I remember my Great Grandpa George Cowie Sr. - who fought for & in & was denied rights b/c he wouldn’t give up his Mississaugi/Anishinaabe/Indigenous identity. - internally & externally.
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Chadwick Cowie Nov 10
Why is so important? It seems many racists forget/don’t know that vets were prevented from having Veteran rights unless they gave up their identity. pt1
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NCTR Nov 10
“To be able to celebrate it on its separate day from everything else in Canada is an honour":
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Aurel Dubé Nov 10
je voudrais bien vous rencontrer un moment donné pour vous remercier de supporter notre cause.
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FrogskinU Nov 10
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