Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Lawrence MacAulay Jun 14
"A tree for every hero." is planting 2 million trees along Canada's Highway of Heroes: one for every Canadian who has served our country. Happy to join today to announce $2.9M in support of this incredible initiative.
Reply Retweet Like
Kelly Canuck🍁 Jun 6
The world always needs more Canada 🇨🇦 These Canadian women shortened WWII by two years by “Listening” to German subs, writing down code and sending it to Bletchley Park where Alan Turing fed it into Enigma Full video here:
Reply Retweet Like
Jim Genac Jun 5
Today we will remember the brave men who sailed from England’s shores 75 years ago not really knowing what an impact hitting the beaches tomorrow would have on the outcome of WW2. Pics are Canadian troops practicing at Vancouver’s Kits Beach in 1943. 🇨🇦
Reply Retweet Like
Harjit Sajjan Jun 6
Today, we honour the courage & bravery of the 14,000 Canadians who stormed Juno Beach in Normandy on this day 75 years ago. Their service and sacrifice allow us to live in a Canada built on the values we hold dear: democracy, justice, and freedom.
Reply Retweet Like
CanadianPM Jun 6
Today, the Canadian soldiers who helped turn the tide of the Second World War.
Reply Retweet Like
Cst. Julien Ponsioen 🏳️‍🌈 Jun 6
Today marks the 75th Anniversary of D-Day. We have lots of freedoms here in Canada because of the sacrifices of many Canadian heroes. As an openly gay man I’m thankful everyday that I can love whomever I want in this country. Thank you
Reply Retweet Like
The Royal Canadian Legion Jun 5
Tomorrow, Legion Branches across Canada will be marking . If you are attending a Commemorative Ceremony, The Royal Canadian Legion encourages you to wear a Poppy.
Reply Retweet Like
Karen McCrimmon Jun 6
It is always an honour to lay a wreath at the National War Memorial on behalf of our Government. We owe everything to the brave men and women who fought for our freedom. Lest We Forget
Reply Retweet Like
Jody Wilson-Raybould Jun 6
With unwavering gratitude we remember the 75th anniversary of D-Day & the more than 14,000 Cdn troops who were among those who landed & fought on Juno Beach—359 Cdn lives were lost. Thank you for your service, your sacrifice, and incredible bravery. 🇨🇦
Reply Retweet Like
LibraryArchivesCanada Jun 6
This footage of from the Canadian Army Newsreel gives us a glimpse into the Normandy invasion, 75 years ago. Watch full video:
Reply Retweet Like
Liberal Party Jun 6
May we never forget the sacrifices of Canadian soldiers like Major Archie MacNaughton who fought on D-Day - the beginning of the end of the Second World War.
Reply Retweet Like
Raymond Cho Jun 6
Today, on the 75th Anniversary of and always, we commemorate and reflect on the courage, sacrifice and bravery of the 14000 Canadian troops and those who continue to serve our country. On June 6 alone, 340 Canadian lives were lost and 574 were wounded.
Reply Retweet Like
Burl. Teen Tour Band May 27
All the equipment is packed & ready to head to France for the 75th Anniversary of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy. Band departs Friday. 200 members,staff & chaperones departs Friday for London, England!
Reply Retweet Like
HISTORY Canada Jun 6
On Tuesday, June 6, 1944, over 150,000 Allied troops took part in the first phase, Operation Neptune - commonly known as D-Day.
Reply Retweet Like
Bill Blair Jun 6
Today in the House of Commons, we remembered the sacrifice and service of the Canadians who landed in France on D-Day. On behalf of the Prime Minister and Minister of Veterans Affairs, and all Canadians we say thank you.
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Palmer Jun 5
Reply Retweet Like
Blain Potvin Jun 6
At 11am today take a moment to remember the Soldiers, Sailors & Aircrew from all races, religions and nationalities who joined together to fight against tyranny, hatred, bigotry and racism to give us all the freedom to build a better world
Reply Retweet Like
Stephen Fuhr CD MP Jun 6
Reply Retweet Like
Andy Fillmore, MP Jun 6
Laying a wreath on behalf of the Government of Canada at this morning’s ceremony at Camp Hill. the courage and sacrifice of our armed forces all those years ago, today and all days. 🇨🇦
Reply Retweet Like
City of Toronto Jun 6
The is proud to mark the 75th anniversary of and the Battle of Normandy.
Reply Retweet Like