This Sunday marks 100 years since the end of World War I. With in the past week we have heard shared stories, clicked on links and post our own stories shared among friends and maybe strangers.
My late grandfather served in the Royal Canadian Air Force as a Morse Operator and Wireless Electrical Mechanic in Yorkshire England from 1941 till 1945 when we was honorably discharged. My biggest regret is I never asked him one question about his time in the war. It’s not that I didn’t care, I was just a little to young to appreciate it all. I didn’t have a interest about what the world wars were about until I was in high school after endless lectures in History Class.
Here’s what you need to know for the schedule regarding the Remembrance Day this Sunday.
- 8:30 till 10:00 A by donation Breakfast at the Royal Canadian Legion
- 10:30 be seated at the Armories
- 10:45 the marching parade will commence
- 11:00 2 minutes of silence
- 12:00 Once the service is done a laying of the wreaths at the Court Of Queens Bench Cenotaph