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City of Toronto 11 Nov 16
Thank you to all those who attended a service in Toronto
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John Tory 11 Nov 16
Honouring & remembering our brave men & women who paid ultimate sacrifice to defend our country and world.
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John Tory Jun 6
Remembering Canada's heroes who fought in the Battle of Normandy, and the sacrifices they made 73 years ago today.
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City of Toronto 11 Nov 16
The view at Old City Hall at today's ceremony
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City of Toronto Jun 6
Come to Nathan Phillips Square at noon today to honour Canada's heroes
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City of Toronto 8 Nov 16
WWII Veteran Jim Parks on "keeping the drive alive". the sacrifices of Veterans like Jim this week
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City of Toronto 1 Nov 16
annual ceremonies honour those who serve(d) Canada. This is why
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Toronto Firefighters 11 Nov 16
We're attending several Remembrance Day ceremonies today. Join us - lest we forget. More:
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John Tory Nov 11
Let us go forward from here, ever grateful to those who have served and those who we lost, mindful of the fact they made it possible for us to live in the greatest city in the greatest country in the world.
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John Tory 10 Nov 16
This year's service at Old City Hall will be streamed live here
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City of Toronto May 29
Join us to honour Canada's veterans on Tues, June 6 at Nathan Phillips Square
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City of Toronto Jobs 7 Nov 16
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City of Toronto 8 Nov 16
is about the sacrifices of the past & present. Join ceremonies this Friday, Nov.11
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City of Toronto 9 Nov 16
Lieutentant General Rohmer recounts the WWII Normandy landing. past/present sacrifices this week
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Talia Proctor Nov 10
The only military servicemen or servicewomen I support or honor are those protesting war. Everyone else, including the dead should be vilified.
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City of Toronto Nov 5
proclaims Veterans' Week in Toronto from November 5 - 11. Read the full proclamation at
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John Tory Nov 9
Join me this Saturday for events happening across our city. Thank a veteran & wear a poppy!
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John Tory Nov 11
Joined hundreds of Toronto residents in remembering those who have served our country at the Remembrance Day Service at the Old City Hall Cenotaph today.
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Toronto Firefighters Nov 12
‘But the freedom that they fought for, and the country grand they wrought for, is their monument today, and for always’
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D. S. M. Nov 12
On This Day 1931: The Toronto Maple Leafs played their first game at Maple Leaf Gardens. The played and fell to defeat 2-1.
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