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remembrance monumentCANADIANS HONOUR CANADA’S WAR DEAD TODAY

Remembrance Day services will be held from coast to coast today. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Gov. Gen. David Johnston will lead the main service in Ottawa today. Services will be held in communities across the country.

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fallen rescuersFAMILIES REMEMBER FALLEN SEARCH AND RESCUE PERSONNEL

As Canadians pause to reflect on the country’s war dead this Remembrance Day, the families of search and rescue personnel will also be reflecting on the sacrifices their loved ones made. Liz Quinn, whose late son Sgt. Mark Salesse died in a 2015 training exercise, hopes Canadians will also take a moment to remember those with the Canadian Armed Forces search and rescue who died in the line of duty.

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trump protestVANCOUVERITES PROTEST TRUMP ELECTION WIN

Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Vancouver Thursday night to protest Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S. presidential election. Dozens of placards with slogans disparaging Trump were seen at the event. One New Yorker who opted to visit Canada to avoid the election night chaos this week said he wasn’t expecting an anti-Trump rally in Canada. But Steve Cucuzza said he wasn’t surprised adding the global community has every reason to be afraid of the prospect of Trump in the White House.

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