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Matt Kilbourne 24 Jun 13
The epitome of justice
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Toronto 11 Nov 15
It’s , so please pause for a moment of silence at 11am. All together now.
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John Tory 11 Nov 17
On behalf of the people of Toronto, may I extend to veterans and those who continue to serve our country, and to those no longer with us but present in our minds and in spirit, our eternal thanks for service and for sacrifices made.
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City of Toronto Nov 11
On this day in 1918, when news of the Armistice broke, churches across Europe responded by spontaneously ringing their bells. Tonight, bells across Toronto will ring 100 times. Map of organizations taking part:
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John Tory 11 Nov 17
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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Heritage Toronto Nov 10
: The Toronto Dominion Military Orthopaedic Hospital opened in 1919 to provide long-term care for injured veterans. Formerly the National Cash Register Company, it continued to treat veterans until WWII when was constructed.
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John Tory Nov 11
Replying to @TorontosMayor
We gather here today in front of this Cenotaph as a city dedicated to honouring all those who have answered the call of service. We have not forgotten them and we will not forget any woman or man who does their duty for Canada.
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City of Toronto Nov 11
People gathered at Old City Hall to listen to the bells ring at sunset. The bells rang 100 times as part of the Bells of Peace program, which commemorates 100 years since the end of the First World War.
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Sarah Doucette Nov 11
On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, we will remember.
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City of Toronto PF&R Nov 7
Replying to @TorontoPFR
Two photos - one showing Coronation Park circa 1948, and an aerial capture showing how the tree canopy has grown over the years. Coronation Park Rededication Ceremony Nov 10:
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Gary Crawford 9 Nov 17
residents who wish to attend a Remembrance Day Ceremony this Saturday can come to the cenotaph at Danforth and Kingston Rd. for 10:30 AM. Legion Branch 13 will be overseeing the ceremony.
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Heritage Toronto Nov 9
: During WWI, the Stanley Barracks on the CNE Grounds became a receiving station for "enemy aliens". Under the 1914 War Measures Act > 80,000 people were required to register with the Canadian government & 8,579 were interned, mostly Ukrainians
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Shawn Wylie Nov 10
All three planes are fueled, oil levels checked, smoke oil is topped up and everything except the weather is set for tomorrow's flypasts over .
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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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CPRA 10 Nov 17
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John Tory 11 Nov 17
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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Amber Comisso Nov 12
Really enjoyed the Remembrance Ceremony yesterday at Toronto Centre for the Arts. The recognition of past & current serving members was very touching.
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Living Toronto! 11 Nov 17
Today marks 99 yrs since the end of the First World War. sacrifices of past/present
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jose macias Nov 11
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Marilyn A. Campbell Nov 11
At sunset today, bells across Canada will ring out 100 times to emulate "the moment in 1918 when church bells across Europe tolled as four years of war had come to an end" - with at least 29 Bells of Peace sites
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