MPs, Senators, including 20 who’ve served in the military, mark Remembrance Day
By Neil MossNov. 7, 2018
Also, Trudeau to apologize for Canada's refusal to admit Jewish refugees in midst of Second World War, and former MP Paul Dewar gets a new key.
Parliamentarians who serve and who’ve served in the Armed Forces, or reserves are, from top left: Leona Alleslev, Stephen Fuhr, Kevin Lamoureux, Karen McCrimmon, Erin O'Toole, Marc Garneau, Robert-Falcon Ouellette, Michel Boudrias, Andrew Leslie, and Harjit Sajjan. Bottom, from left: Sen. Joseph Day, Sen. Patrick Brazeau, Alupa Clarke, Sen. Percy Downe, Peter Kent, Dane Lloyd, Marc Miller, Christine Moore, Pierre Paul-Hus, and Dan Ruimy. Photographs courtesy of the House of Commons and the Senate
On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918, fighting ended in the Great War, eventually leading to the signing of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 and an end to the First World War.
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