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Canadian soldiers pose by their Bren carrier, shortly after 8am when the World War II ceasefire came into effect, 5th May 1945.

Canadian soldiers pose by their Bren carrier, shortly after 8am when the World War II ceasefire came into effect, 5th May 1945.

Keeping WW1 history alive for generations who have never known war | CBC News

Canadians identify with the First World War - it's part of our identity. But with the 100th anniversary of Vimy Ridge approaching, many no longer know the details of this devastating war.

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“Happy #VEDay70 from http://t.co/OZom7NOhgE @milhistnow.”

Saluting in Afghanistan. God bless our Canadian allies!! Now and forever.

Military charges against Canadian Forces members have risen dramatically in the years since Canada sent troops to Afghanistan, a CBC investigation has found. In the past eight years, charges have risen by as much as 62 per cent.

#10 of i become a soldier it would be difficolt to pass training

Corporal Dele Meshe, Platoon Signaller, 3R22eR transmits radio communications while walking through the forest during Exercise SILVER ARROW at Adazi Military Training Area in Kadaga, Latvia on September 25, 2015 during Operation REASSURANCE. Photo: Corporal Nathan Moulton, Land Task Force Imagery, OP REASSURANCE RP001-2015-0041-074

Highway of Hero's.  Every one of our soldiers that is killed in service gets this kind of honour from people on every overpass the coffin goes under.

IN CANADA - Roads cleared, police standing to attention, this is how fallen heroes are welcomed home. IN BRITAIN - Stuck in traffic, they don't even get the dignity of a police escort. Yet they serve the same Queen, fight the same foe and lay down their lives with equal valour and sacrifice

Fuck Yeah Canadian Forces

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Fields of Heroes, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  This memorial is put up every year along Memorial Drive.  Each cross bears the name of a fallen soldier from our area.  Sunrise services are held honouring our Heros every morning for several days leading up to Remembrance Day. A very touching tribute to our soldiers who gave their lives in service to our Nation.

Calgary, Alberta, Canada November 11, 2010 • Taken by Raya _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Photos are © 2005 and on to Raya, Joe & Moshe, JoLoLog. All rights reserved. You may not download or copy anything from JoLoLog, unless you E-mail us, ask first and get our written permission. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ They didn't ask to be heroes, they didn't ask to die. They went to the battlefields because they knew…