Remembrance Day

TORONTO – The red and black poppies worn by millions in the weeks leading up to Remembrance Day continues to represent a powerful symbol of remembrance of the men and women who served their country.

Traditionally worn from the last Friday in October to the end of the day on November 11th, the poppy was first adopted in Canada in 1921 and stands internationally as a “symbol of collective reminiscence” in many places like the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.

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