Executive Director's Message-Oct 2019
Remembering those who served
The upcoming month of November gives us an opportunity to show our gratitude for the sacrifice of the brave men and women who fought in wars for our freedom.
This year we want to honour all the veterans from our Emery community who have served for Canada both in peac...
Lest we forget - Emery students mark Remembrance Day
By Sean Delaney
A recent Canadian study suggested there is an increasing trend of younger generations taking part in Remembrance Day celebrations – including participation in ceremonies, such as the laying of wreaths, and the wearing of poppies. This is great news given that soon there may ...
Yesterday and Today : Community Champion
Humberlea’s fighting community champion
By Tim Lambrinos
Every year, Nov.11 is a day that symbolizes Remembrance Day in Canada. The day allows an opportunity for everyone to give tribute to our fallen soldiers of the past. We can reflect upon the enormous loss of lives and those who sacrificed...
Publisher’s note Remembrance Day
We must remember. If we do not, the sacrifice of those thousands of Canadian lives will be meaningless. They died for us, for their homes and families and friends, for a collection of traditions they cherished and a future they believed in; they died for Canada. The meaning of their sacrifice re...
Lest We Forget
November 11th marks Remembrance Day. I had the honour of participating in a small ceremony at Joseph Bannon Park just south of Sheppard off of Weston Rd.
Taking a brief moment to remember and honour Canada’s veterans is about more than just wearing a poppy on your lapel. It’s about bringing th...