Remembrance Day

The poppy is ubiquitous in Canada around 11 November, which is our Remembrance Day, when we are supposed to remember the sacrifices made in wars great and forgotten. The poppy is used based on the poem “In Flanders Fields,” which is worth reading.

And it’s remembering the people who have suffered and died around the world fighting to make this world a better place. Wars are not great, but sometimes great people serve through them.

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