From: CTV News
Thousands of Canadians are gathering at the site of the Battle of Vimy Ridge today, to mark 95 years since the fight in northern France that some say was a turning point in forging Canada’s identity as an independent nation.
Gov. Gen. David Johnston is being joined by 5,000 young Canadians Monday, for ceremonies at the Canadian National Vimy Memorial, which overlooks the Douai Plain from the highest point of Vimy Ridge. Read more »
By Robert Studer:
Hi everyone. Remembrance day is only a month away and on my other page I started a Page of Remembrance to honour those who have fought for our countries. Please pass this page on and let honour all our brave men and woman how gave the ultimate sacrifice for our countries.
If you want to honour a loved one who died during the two world wars, or those wars or conflicts since or honour someone who served and died later please add them to our page of remembrance.
This page is on another website that I manage, but I will be having a mirror of the content here on Survival Central. So lets take a few moments an honour those how have served and give them tribute on the page of remembrance.
For their sacrifices… for their bravery… for all that they did for the sake of humanity, may we never forget….