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The Royal Canadian Legion Nov 8
The Legion's Aboriginal Veterans commemorative pin recognizes the significant contribution Aboriginal Veterans have made through our long history and continue to make today. Get yours here:
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GCIndigenous 8 Nov 17
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Duncan McCue 8 Nov 17
Today is . A lot of viewers of this week have asked about my beaded poppy. Let me explain.
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Canadian Forces 8 Nov 18
Today on , we honour and salute all Indigenous Veterans who served in Canada’s military. Whenever our country has been in need, Canada’s Indigenous communities have made tremendous sacrifices.
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Mitzie Hunter 8 Nov 17
New mandatory curriculum changes coming to schools making learning about residential schools, treaties and Indigenous people's historical and contemporary contributions to Canada. @DavidZimmerMPP
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ReconciliationCanada 8 Nov 17
Today is . We honour across the country - thank you for all your sacrifices & contributions.
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CanadianEncyclopedia 8 Nov 17
On learn the story of the most highly decorated Indigenous person in Canada during WWI, Peggy:
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LGen Wayne Eyre Nov 8
The Indigenous Peoples of Canada bring a proud warrior tradition and an ethos of bravery and honour to our military. We have served alongside each other in major global conflict throughout history and we continue to proudly serve together.
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First Light 8 Nov 17
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 8 Nov 17
Today is Aboriginal Veterans Day. We commemorate the Indigenous men and women those who have served and fallen.
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CBC News 8 Nov 18
Edward Clutesi was a Canadian soldier and heir to one of the Tseshaht First Nation's hereditary chieftainships. "He was a genius in spite of residential school, not because of it."
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B Jeff Monague Nov 8
I'm proud of my service. Like my ancestors I served as an ally to Canada and the crown.
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Tim Fontaine 8 Nov 18
Remembering my mushum, Joseph Norbert (JN) Lerat.
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GCIndigenous Nov 8
On , we honour and those who continue to contribute to military efforts.
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Vimy Foundation 8 Nov 17
is . Their suffering and sacrifice both during and after the should not be forgotten.
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Toronto District School Board 8 Nov 17
Today we honour & remember Indigenous veterans who defended Canada home & abroad:
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David Eggen 8 Nov 17
I'm proud to wear this beaded poppy in recognition of and the efforts of in Canada
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APTN National News 8 Nov 17
November 8th is recognized as - Today, along with everyday, we celebrate and remember Aboriginal veterans and all they have done. Thank you for your service and the impact you have made.
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Andrew Wilkinson Nov 8
Thank you to all First Nations, Métis, and Inuit veterans. On we honour you and thank you for your service. Full Statement:
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LGen Wayne Eyre 8 Nov 17
On we pause to honour the significant contributions and sacrifices of the Indigenous Peoples of Canada in time of war
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