Remembrance Day in Milton

Bright red poppy’s are appearing on the lappels of suits and jackets everywhere which means Remembrance Day is approaching.  This is a time where we remember those who gave their life for our country in battles all over the world during our history.

Its also a time to remember those soldiers who came back to tell the stories of these battles and to thank them for their service to our country.  Over the next week, there will be volunteers from the Royal Canadian Legion at storefronts all over Milton with poppy’s.  Make sure you thank the veterans and donate for a poppy.

There are two more ceremonies to be held in Milton for Remembrance Day.  The next one is on Sunday November 6th at Milton Town Hall cenotaph starting at 1:30PM.

If you cant make it on Sunday, you can join Legion Members at the Milton Evergreen Cemetery at 11AM for a brief ceremony.

Please take the time to remember those who helped make our country and other countries free and pay respects to those who did not make it back.  Canada is a great place and will continue to be a great place because of their sacrifice.

Lest we forget.

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