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November 11, 2020 remembrance day
5 facts about Remembrance Day
THEY SHALL NOT GROW OLD AS WE THAT ARE LEFT GROW OLD AGE SHALL NOT WEARY THEM NOR THE YEARS CONDEMN AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN AND IN THE MORNING
3. Remembrance Day is a statutory holiday for federal government employees. Six provinces and the three territories have also designated November 11 a statutory holiday. 4. Remembrance Day is celebrated by a number of other Commonwealth member states, in- cluding the United Kingdom and Australia, as well as other countries such as France, Belgium and Poland. 5. Canada’s National Remembrance Day Cere- mony is held in Ottawa at the National War Memorial. The event is presided over by the Governor General and is attended by the prime minister, veterans’ organizations and the general public.
On November 11, Remembrance Day ceremo- nies are held across the country to honour the courage of Canadians who fought to defend our way of life. Here are five facts to help you better understand this important occasion. 1. The First World War officially ended on No- vember 11, 1918, with the signing of an armis- tice agreement. This occurred at precisely 11 a.m. — that is, at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. 2. Every year, Canadians observe two minutes of silence on Remembrance Day. This is to ho- nour the more than 2.3 million Canadians who served and the more than 118,000 who lost their lives since the start of the First World War.
WE WILL REMEMBER THEM WE WILL REMEMBER THEM
HAWKESBURY ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. 472
POPPY CAMPAIGN 2020
As for the past several years, we will be canvassing for your donations. If you wish to have a wreath laid in your name or that of a business, organization, church etc. please contact our Poppy Chair Daniel Gladu by email to email@example.com .Wreaths are available in Large @ $60, Medium @ $40 and Small @ $25. Receipts can be given to you by mail, email or done in person by cheque or cash at the Legion on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 2-6 p.m. and on Fridays from 2-8 p.m. Please make cheques payable to Royal Canadian Legion Hawkesbury 472.You can also make donations by e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org
Remembrance Day Ceremonies
This year’s events on Remembrance Day will be significantly scaled back due to restraints imposed during the COVID -19 pandemic. There will be no ceremonies, parades and/or luncheons that day. The Hawkesbury Royal Canadian Legion Branch 472 will still commemorate those who have paid the ultimate price by laying wreaths at Alfred, L’Orignal, Vankleek Hill and Hawkesbury cenotaphs on the morning of November 11th. The club room will be open at 12 p.m. for Legion members only in order to receive and honor our veterans while observing the COVID -19 proto call.
La Nation se souvient… The Nation remembers…
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