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Tim Rozon Nov 11
Remembering my Great Grand father today.
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Canada Cathayan Nov 11
i am an immigrant and I support Don Cherry! Sign the petition: SUPPORT DON CHERRY: Don Cherry is right about Remembrance Day poppies!
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Manchester Stands with Hong Kong Nov 11
Replying to @MancwithHK
After dark on , we gathered in in memory of those who fell valiantly in the wars and to . May peace and freedom arrive in all corners of the earth eventually.
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Jacob - LGBT+ Campaigns Officer Nov 11
Today was very humbling to witness the solidarity of staff and students to honour the lives of those who have fought for our country. No matter what race, gender, sexual orientation or age, rememberance is a time for everyday to reflect and stand together❤️🌈
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Alexis Taylor Nov 11
Thank you to every veteran for your service - young and old, living and in heaven. Freedom isn’t free, and I am forever grateful for your service. ❤️
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Hannah Thibedeau Nov 11
I was fortunate to talk with Second World War veteran Robert Spencer. He is a true hero. Take a moment to watch here:
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Lantern Writers Dec 9
Joe Lewis and co will be talking about Wolf on tomorrow morning at 7.25am. Tune in!
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Kirsty Louise Shelts Nov 11
Yesterday was my first official day working as a freelance reporter for MUTV and I absolutely loved it ⚽️ 🌹
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Stack Up Nov 11
In the States, it is . However, in Britain, Australia, Canada, and South Africa, it is . A powerful video from the British Army, reminding us what it's all about.
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Hasan Saeed Nov 11
Twitter, I need your help this My Great Uncle was in the Indian army and fought in Burma, I am trying to find out what does "photo central Bombay" mean in the 2nd picture on the bottom right? Also, trying to find out more information regarding his service. RT
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Patrick Allan 🇨🇦🇺🇸 #PPC Nov 11
Remembrance Day, 2019 Don Cherry fired for wanting more people to wear poppies. still Prime Minister. Canadians have lost their minds.
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Jackson Family Funeral Directors Nov 11
Thanks folks a super night. Great to see so many posts. A lot of love for that 🌻🌻🌻
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Miss_Ngu Jan 14
Happy armed forces remember day... forever an omosojah❤️❤️❤️
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Chiltern Woods Nov 11
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Carlyanne McConnell Nov 11
Goodnight Twitterworld, I hope we all can live in a world with more peace and more kindness. Sleep well 🌙💜🕊 Art by Alan Lathwell
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Zack FitzGerald Nov 11
John Bernard FitzGerald:2nd Lieutenant great grandad was an American,who failed his physical to join the US military,but desperately wanted to fight,so he traveled to Canada and enlisted.Sent him to Scotland to fight in WW1.
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Dominique ORourke #StayHome #Covid19Guelph Nov 11
Attended 3 ceremonies today - each one so well done. Each one filled w/ young cadets honouring our veterans + service people. put it so well when he said “Guelph is known for a lot of things. Let us also be known as a city that never forgets”
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The Leigh UTC May 8
Warm wishes on to our veterans Bill, Frank & Alec. Here is a picture of them when they came to visit The Leigh UTC for assembly back in November. @HMGLondonS
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Joti Brar Nov 13
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Voice of Peace Nov 11
We can enjoy a peaceful and safe life in Canada because of the sacrifices made by many before us. Today, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Women’s Association stands along side millions of Canadians to honour your sacrifice. Thank you.
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