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It is so moving. It is so affirming to be with such large crowds on that day, from everywhere in Canada, new Canadians, very young to very old, all shades of colour, all points of view. So sad, but so warm. Ok not warm, bundle...More
I have been to the museum twice already and attended 2 different exhibitions. It is a well organized facility and presents history for every level of understanding. Wars are events that we should all remember and NEVER forget. This museum will offer plenty of information...More
We went for the Remembrance Day service and it didn't disappoint. It's a colourful solemn ceremony. We came back after the site was cleared and were able to place our poppies on the grave of the unknown soldier. A wonderful privilege.
This year was the second trip to Ottawa for November 11th for my wife and I and it did not disappoint.
The monument itself is impressive, but the ceremony is incredibly moving. As everyone is gathering before the start, people were chatting talking, meeting, as...More
The National War Memorial is an impressive, moving large scupture depicting the struggle of Canadian troops.
We were there just preceding the Remembrance Day events and got to see the changing of the guard which is interesting to see. The guards coming on to duty...More