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Toronto DSB Nov 8
Today we honour & remember Indigenous veterans who defended Canada home & abroad:
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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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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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Calgary Stampede Nov 8
More than 7,000 First Nations members served in the First and Second World Wars and the Korean War. Because of their service, generations that followed continue to enjoy many rights and freedoms.
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Historica Canada Nov 7
Tomorrow is . Read about Indigenous peoples & the World Wars in this article:
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Michael Levitt, MP 🇨🇦 Nov 8
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CanadianEncyclopedia Nov 8
On learn the story of the most highly decorated Indigenous person in Canada during WWI, Peggy:
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CBC Vancouver Nov 8
Today is .Thanks for explaining your beaded poppy.
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APTN National News Nov 8
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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York Region DSB Nov 8
Interim Director Kathryn Wallace speaks to about the courage and sacrifice of Indigenous Peoples on
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Vimy Foundation Nov 8
is . Their suffering and sacrifice both during and after the should not be forgotten.
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Tony Clement Nov 8
On I’d like to pay tribute to all indigenous men and women who have served in Canadian forces.
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Rachel Notley Nov 8
On , we honour the courage & sacrifice of Indigenous men and women and their selfless service to 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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Canada Nov 8
Today, on , we honour, remember and thank the who served in the
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ReconciliationCanada Nov 8
Today is . We honour across the country - thank you for all your sacrifices & contributions.
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CanadianEncyclopedia Nov 8
It's . Thousands of Indigenous peoples served in the Cdn military forces in the World Wars, mostly voluntarily. On the home front, most communities participated in the national war effort. Learn more here:
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Kent Hehr 🇨🇦 Nov 8
As we move forward in our journey of healing, reconciliation and a renewed relationship between Canada and Indigenous peoples -- we must never forget the sacrifices and accomplishments of indigenous veterans.
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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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