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Toronto Firefighters 10 Nov 16
Our officers and members will be attending several ceremonies tomorrow. We hope you’ll join us - lest we forget.
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John Tory Jun 6
The Canadian flag will be lowered to half-mast today at City Hall to mark the 74th anniversary of D-Day.
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John Tory Jun 6
It was an honour to be joined by so many veterans and their families this afternoon at Toronto’s D-Day remembrance ceremony. Standing here today, it’s hard to imagine the bravery of those taking part in D-Day 74 years ago.
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John Tory Jun 6
Very proud to see students from Our Lady of Peace join us at today for Toronto’s D-Day ceremony in Nathan Phillips Square. Events like this are important to ensure the next generation never forgets the sacrifices made by our veterans.
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John Tory Nov 11
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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Toronto Firefighters Nov 11
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Toronto Firefighters 12 Nov 16
Remembrance Day ceremony at East York Civic Centre Memorial Gardens yesterday. We will never forget. (Photos: L. Thorne)
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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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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 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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Downtown Yonge BIA Jun 6
Take a moment today to remember the courage and honour of those who fought in D-Day and the Battle of Normandy 74 years ago at 12pm noon at Nathan Phillips Square.
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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 6 Jun 17
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 Jun 6
74 years ago today, 14,000 Canadian service people participated in the invasion. Today, on Nathan Phillips Square, we came together to pay tribute to those who served for our freedom.
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City of Toronto Jun 6
Come to Nathan Phillips Square at noon today (Wed) to honour Canada's veterans & other heroes of war. Ceremony hosted by
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City of Toronto Jun 5
"We shouldn't forget," said Trooper Ed Stafford from Toronto, Second World War veteran. Join us June 6 as & the invasion of Normandy.
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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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City of Toronto Nov 11
Today marks 99 yrs since the end of the First World War. sacrifices of past/present
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City of Toronto Nov 11
On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, we honour those who serve(d)
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City of Toronto 5 Jun 17
See you at Nathan Phillips Square at noon tomorrow to honour Canada's heroes
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