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Honour in Remembrance is year-round / Souligner le jour du Souvenir tout au long...

A ceremony was held on Saturday, 30 November to acknowledge winners of the Legion’s Remembrance Day contest’s first round.

CFB Borden remembers / La BFC Borden se souvient

On November 11, with snow dusting the shoulders of military on parade as well as onlookers, hundreds gathered at Legacy Park, at...

Remembrance in Angus / Le jour du Souvenir à Angus

On November 11, hundreds gathered in the cold and snowfall in Angus to honour and remember those who have served and continue...

The spirit of Remembrance / L’esprit du souvenir

My mentor once told me that nobody has a monopoly over what Remembrance Day means, or who it belongs to. 

Sacrifice and legacy: two amputees share a special bond / Sacrifice et héritage :...

Sean Borle, 24, recalls meeting Second World War Veteran Lloyd Brown, 96, for the first time six years ago at a Remembrance...

The Italian Campaign / La campagne d’Italie

The Italian Campaign was an important military effort for Canada during the Second World War. More than 93,000 Canadians took part in...

CFB Borden/MPGTG Command Team statement on Remembrance Day / BFC Borden/déclaration de l’Équipe de...

Over one hundred years ago, CFB Borden was founded to train the soldiers of the Canadian Expeditionary Force heading towards the battlefields...

Local war vet remembered / Le sacrifice d’un ancien combattant de la région ...

David “Dave” Robert Arksey was born in Toronto, Ontario in 1921. He finished high school at Lawrence Park Collegiate in 1940 and...

Proudly walking in the steps of our ancestors / Fiers de marcher sur les...

Over a century ago, Camp Borden was a sea of tents, mud and drilling soldiers, while the fragile canvas biplanes of...

The poppy’s roots lie deeper than the First World War / Un symbole bien...

How the red flower grew to become the symbol it is today The poppy’s story is one of...