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Riots, raids and rounding up ‘enemy aliens’: how soldiers back from...

When the box shattered the window, the men inside Louis Long’s barbershop thought the world was ending. A raucous mob was running through...

Toronto Remembrance Day ceremonies honour those who served regardless of ‘race,...

Snow dusted the heads of hundreds gathered in front of the Old City Hall cenotaph in Toronto on Monday as Canadians marked the...

Broadcast council says it can’t take any more Don Cherry complaints...

Canada’s broadcast standards organization will no longer be taking complaints about hockey commentator Don Cherry’s controversial comments on immigrants and Remembrance Day after...

A new generation of Canadian veterans find their place on Remembrance...

CALGARY—Rob McCue’s pictures of Nicola Goddard and Jason Warren, two friends killed in Afghanistan, aren’t grainy black-and-white photographs from a distant war. They’re...

Americans honour countrymen who died in the service of Canada

WASHINGTON, D.C.—You don’t see a lot of poppies in Washington at this time of year. The Canadian Embassy has them available, but wearing...

A British scheme moved tens of thousands of Chinese labourers to...

His name was Chou Ming Shan and his final resting place will come as a surprise to most.That’s because he was buried in...

Beware simplistic narratives of Canada the Good this Remembrance Day

If we believe that Remembrance Day is about honouring the sacrifice of life in service of high ideals of democracy and freedom, we...

Sunnybrook Veterans’ Centre Remembrance Day ceremony

Remembrance Day ceremonies at Sunnybrook Veterans Centre drew an overflow crowd of several hundred people Sunday to honour veterans of the Second World...

First World War soldiers and nurses are a ghostly presence in...

The men and women in the windows at Trinity College have a ghostly presence, rendered in the black and silvery white of a...

Quiet heroes inspire change through a personal tragedy

If we didn’t use the word “extraordinary” at every turn, it would be a perfect word to describe the actions of both Anita...
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