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Eileen Clarke 8 Nov 16
An honour to mark in the Legislature by unveiling a new plaque for legendary Aboriginal war hero Sgt. Tommy Prince
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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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Mayor Brian Bowman Nov 8
Remembering the wartime contributions made by Indigenous Canadians on
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laura larabee Nov 8
Smoke and prayers for all our who have fought to protect our land and to those who still do.
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NavyLeagueofCanada Nov 8
For those of you who may not be aware, 2day is . Take a moment 2 reflect on the sacrifices and impact our Indigenous Veterans have lived, PastPresentFuture, in the shaping of our country.
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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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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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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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Jenna MacWhirter Nov 8
Replying to @Iryssa
WWII: "Men like Charles Checker Tompkins of Alberta translated sensitive radio messages into Cree so they could not be understood if they were intercepted by the enemy."
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Gwaii Trust Society Nov 8
Today is . More than 7,000 First Nations members served in WWI and II, and the Korean War. We honour the contribution and sacrifice made by those brave men and women.
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LGen Paul Wynnyk 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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Sarah Boesveld Nov 8
Remember these soldiers defended land that was stolen from them by colonizers. Let’s not forget to acknowledge and humbly thank them for their sacrifice.
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Lew Jobs Nov 8
I love this picture. Saw it on line and am not sure who should get credit for the design
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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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Nathaniel Black Nov 8
Indigenous peoples in this country have contributed a lot to the development and protection of the freedom we enjoy today. Thank you to all our brave indigenous veterans.
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My New Band Name Nov 8
Thread. And for , I remember my late dad, M/Cpl George A. Arthurson who served 28 yrs as an infantryman/paratrooper.
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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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GovCan - Indigenous Nov 8
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Jorge I. Castillo Nov 8
Celebrate by denouncing those spewing racist comments against First Nations.
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Audra Halfdansdottir Nov 8
I’m wearing Mom’s Legion pin today, in memory of my Great Grandpa Arthur, and Great Uncle Edwin.
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