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Malcolm - 12/11/2017
Bexley, Select Province... United States

Dear Soldiers, Thank you for protecting Canada and for keeping people safe around the world. Is it hard to serve? It must be hard to be away from your family. I hope there are things you like about your job. Because it is Remembrance Day I wanted to let you know I am thinking about you. Sincerely, Malcolm Grade 2

Arianna - 12/11/2017
Mississauga, Ontario Canada

Thank you to you all for having the strength and the courage required to do your job which many of us don't have. Also thank you for serving our country and giving us freedom. We wouldn't be here without you.

Julia Stewart - 12/11/2017
Mississauga, Ontario Canada

I just wanted to take the time to say thank you for all that you are doing to keep Canada free and safe. You are very brave and courageous to volunteer to help this beautiful country. May God bless you and your families. Love Julia. Grade 5

Raelyn - 12/11/2017
Smithville, Ontario Canada

Thank you for serving in the army Hope you stay safe and will be able to go home for the holidays ????

Barbara - 12/11/2017
Vancouver, British Columbia Canada

No one who hasn’t walked in your boots can imagine what life is like for you and your loved ones. Thank you for all that you do to protect us and others and for the sacrifices you make. You are all heroes and know that you are loved, respected and admired and not just on Remembrance/Armistace Day. Good luck and be safe.

Elizabeth - 12/11/2017
Toronto, Ontario Canada

Dear Veterans, I would just like to say Thank You. I really appreciate everything you do for me and this great country. Your dedication and humbleness inspires me every single day. I hope to one day be as strong and brave as you. It should not only be one day of the year that we remember your services, but every day of our lives. It is truly an honour of being a Canadian. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Brien - 12/11/2017
Toronto, Ontario Canada

Thank you for giving us freedom and if you are serving duty, I hope you come home safely.

Elijah - 12/11/2017
Mississauga, Ontario Canada

Thank you for pertecting all countries as possible we appreciate the sacrifices you’ve made and hope you have a good year.

wilson - 12/11/2017
Stittsville, Ontario Canada

Did you know that Canada is the world's most educated Country. Well, you can thank our Canadian soldiers for that because we have the option to learn and have a education. We as Canadians are very lucky because in some country they're not as fortune as we are. Also have you ever thought why do we wear poppy on Remembrance day. Well I will tell you why, it is symbol of remembering the soldiers who bravely died in the war for us.In conclusion, I just want to say thank you to everyone who has sacrificed their life for us in the war for us to have a safe home and to have a good education. Once again want to say thank you to everyone who has served us.

Brian - 12/11/2017
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada

Dear Troops, We appreciate the things you have done for our country. Your sacrifices should never be forgotten. Your bravery is out of this world, we feel safe because of your accomplishments and your dedication towards peace. Remembrance Day is a day we should always remember, many troops have sacrificed their life for their country, family, and for peace. When in doubt, do not give up. Remember that many lives are counting on you.

ozge - 11/11/2017
turkey, Ontario AMERICA

Berdan weapon will be free when berdan will be 2.Then will die some american soldiers.Good die.........with berdan kalkan.

Sarah - 11/11/2017
Burlington, Ontario Canada

Words cannot express the gratitude I have towards all of those who have and are serving to protect my country and my rights. The bravery and heart that each individual has, sets an amazing example for others. I wanted to say thank you, for getting out of bed on the days when it seemed pointless to move forward. Thank you for clenching your jaw because of your dedication to respect your orders, even when you feel like fighting back. Thank you for dragging on when you're too tired to move forward. Thank you for staying strong, even when you shed tears for missing your loved ones. Thank you for reminding us what the cost is for us to be free, even after you lose friends and parts of yourself. Thank you for loving me, even though we have never met. Thank you for providing a safe country, even if it means risking your life for someone like me. Thank you to those who do the paperwork and provide an organized system. Thank you for making me proud to be Canadian. Most of all thank you for believing that there is something to fight for in our country, because we believe in you. God bless each and every one of you. You are thought of, cared for, prayed for, and loved.

Laura VL - 11/11/2017
Guelph, Ontario Canada

I am writing today, on Remembrance Day, to thank all of you for your ongoing efforts to bring peace and security to the world around us and to secure the freedoms that we can enjoy each day here in Canada. We truly appreciate your service! If you are stationed overseas, we hope that you know how much we appreciate the work that you are doing, and for being willing to be away from your family and friends for extended periods of time. May God be your guide and bring you safely home!

Avery - 11/11/2017
Mississauga, Ontario Canada

Dear Soldiers Today is Remembrance Day and I would like to thank you for all the work that you do. I know that you are making the world a safer place to live in. I know that you are helping people who can't help themselves. I know you are fighting bad people who want to hurt others. You must miss your friends and family I know I would. I am sure they are very proud of you as I am. Please be safe and return home soon.Thank you xoxo

Theo (an 8 year old) - 11/11/2017
Saanichton, Select Province... Canada

Thank you so much for keeping are country in peace.

Sylvain Dufresne - 11/11/2017
Sorel-Tracy, Quebec Canada

En ce jour du Souvenir, notre Famille prend le temps de nous souvenir et d'honorer ceux qui ont servi notre pays. Lest we forget. Nous n'oublions pas.

ryan - 11/11/2017
Haileybury, Ontario Canada

Hi I am Ryan. I am in grade three. I was wondering if we could be pen pals. Because that would be cool. Thank you for making the world a better place. I was wondering what it was like in a tank. I am on the novice A puckhounds hockey team. what is your favourite sport? From Ryan.

Brenda - 11/11/2017
Ottawa, Ontario Canada

In the lead up to Remembrance Day, I don't always remember to transfer my poppy to whatever I happen to be wearing. So, if you see me, you may think I don't care. But, I do care. And so this post is to say thank you to those who are serving and those who have served, to give my condolences to the families of those that have fallen, and to encourage those that may be struggling, to stay strong but also know that it is perfectly fine to ask for or accept help. I remember you, and I thank you.

Marisa - 11/11/2017
Vaughan, Ontario Canada

Dear Canadian Troops. I hope our messages find their way to you. Those of us that are at home right now, at our computers cannot imagine your assignments, your difficult jobs, your fatigue and what you have seen and witnessed. Tonight, I hope you can feel our respect. Our admiration! Our deep and quiet reflection of thanks we have for all of you! Your efforts may not get daily mention or rewards...but EVERYONE of us thanks you for being there for us, for our country! Peace to all. Today, and everyday, I shall try to think of you! God Bless you and Keep you All Safe!

Emma - 11/11/2017
Thornhill, Ontario Canada

Dear Canadian Soldiers, I wanted to thank you for your hard work, for making different countries have peace. I think it is important for peace keepers because they help keep countries from starting wars. How did you become a peace keeper? I hope you get back to your families soon. What are the countries you have gone to too make peace. Thank you, Emma

David - 11/11/2017
Edmonton, Alberta canada

To all who are serving at home or over seas and to all who have served and have now completed your time with our military, I want to thank you. In a world that is becoming ever more dangerous, you put your lives on the line so I can continue to have mine in peace. This is something I do not take for granted. To each of you, not only on this Remembrance Day but every day, I thank you

Jon - 11/11/2017
Wabasca, Alberta Canada

On this day of remembrance, I offer all of you fine men and women my gratitude. Also, my utmost respect and admiration for your sacrifice to serve our beautiful country. I love and think about you all the time. Be safe and god bless you.

Tammy Riley - 11/11/2017
Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada

Thank You ??

Kayleigh Boucher - 11/11/2017
Ottawa, Ontario Canada

I cannot describe how thankful I am for your service and dedication to our country. Choosing a career in the Canadian Forces is, in my mind, the most honourable work path one can choose (in Canada). You do not need to lose your life for your service to be appreciated and remembered. You inspire a national pride regardless. Thank you again SO much. May God bless and protect you and your families!

Rayshawn - 11/11/2017
Montreal, Quebec Canada

Dear Department of National defence On behalf of teen leadership we would like to thank you for everything that you have done because of you we have everything we need in our lives today. We would like to thank you for giving us our freedom today and thank you. Once again we would like to thank you for everything Teen Leadership