“Lest we forget our veterans sacrificed their lives fighting to preserve a free world for us. Now we have surrendered those freedoms.”
The sad truth is that demonizing the men and women who keep our country safe carries more political capital than honouring them.
Americans and Newfoundlanders have never used the poppy to the same degree as most Canadians. And for good reason.
The Canadian Armed Forces' YouTube channel has a beautiful music video to go along with the touching song. It is sure to leave you with goosebumps.
The poll saw 71 percent of respondents say they will wear a poppy, down 14 percent from last year’s 85 percent.
"Just spoke to the Chief Operating Officer of Whole Foods. Employees will now be able to wear their poppies at work."
The announcement was made on Ford's social media shortly after politicians of all parties denounced Whole Foods.
Five days before Remembrance Day, the supermarket chain Whole Foods has banned its employees from wearing poppies.
Amazon-owned grocery store chain Whole Foods Market will not permit poppies to be worn by employees under their newly updated uniform policy.
London – Shawn Lewis, Ward 2 Coun. brought forth a motion to move the annual London Santa Claus Parade at Tuesday’s Community and Protective Services.
This comes less than 24 hours after Remembrance Day.
Don Cherry was trying to make a point about loving our country. By giving in to the outrage mobs, Sportsnet has disgraced themselves.
Don Cherry accused of racism for saying immigrants in Toronto don’t wear poppies and pay respects to veterans enough.
Two teenage students have apparently been suspended from Stonewall Collegiate in Manitoba for arguing against the idea of wearing a rainbow poppy.
Residents in Windsor and across Canada are outraged after roughly 160 Canadian flags were taken from the World War I section of one of the city’s largest cemeteries.
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