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Jonathan - 11/11/2017
Montreal, Quebec canada

I applaud you for stepping up with your braveness and fighting to defend our freedom. Thanks to you we now have services that we would have never gotten without your help. God bless you and every other soul that fought for our lives and granted us with what we have today.

Tishawn - 11/11/2017
montreal, Quebec canada

dear canadian force, I'm writing this letter telling you how grateful I am for your service .Without your hard work we wouldn't have some of privilege we have today .I wish you good health and strength .thank you very much . Yours truly Tishawn, Teen Leadership Program CDNBCA

Aaron - 11/11/2017
Brantford, Ontario Canada

Hello to all troops how have you all been? me and my friends would to personally like to thank you for all that you have done for us. it means a lot to us that even though you have lost friends you keep fighting the good fight to keep us free and to protect us. Thank you for everything. Today we will remember your fallen comrades and will honour their memory. Stay strong and we hope to see you all come home safely.

Lorraine - 11/11/2017
Edmonton, Alberta Canada

To all our troops present and past, I give you my gratitude ???? for your service. Thank-you for my freedom. I love my country and you prove it every day . My God be with you and your families. Peace ?? for all .God bless!

Eliska - 11/11/2017
Vancouver, British Columbia Canada

Thank you for your service! It means a lot to us. We pray for you and your safety.

James Birchall - 11/11/2017
Peterborough, Yukon Canada

Canadian Forces, Very nice ceremony here in Ptbo. It would have been nice to see at least a Hercules fly past. Take care, Jim

Rebecca stephens - 11/11/2017
Ladysmith BC, British Columbia Canada

Thank you all so much for your service. We have two young children and without our military's support we would not be able to raise our kids in a safe and free beautiful country we can Canada. We love you. God Bless.

Neo - 11/11/2017
Vaughan, Select Province... Canada

Dear:soilders Thank you for fighting for our country and we are grateful.Iam writeing this letter on Remembrance Day.I am writing this letter to say thank you for fighting for our country and giving us our freedom I have a question how did you become a peacekeeper.I hope that you will join your families as soon as possible.

Neo - 11/11/2017
Vaughan, Select Province... Canada

Dear:soilders Thank you for fighting for our country and we are grateful.Iam writeing this letter on Remembrance Day.I am writing this letter to say thank you for fighting for our country and giving us our freedom I have a question how did you become a peacekeeper.I hope that you will join your families as soon as possible.

Nekayah - 11/11/2017
Lake Country, British Columbia Canada

Dear Canadian soldiers. Although I have no family or friends in the army, every time I see a funeral for a fallen soldier being aired on TV I cry my eyes out. I cannot imagine what you've and your families have been through to insure our safety. I will never be able to thank you enough for efforts to keep us safe. It was an honour for me to be able to sing at our remembrance day ceremony in front of multiple war veterans. Even if every Canadian in the world wrote these messages to you it would never be enough and I hope you know how much you are appreciated and loved. Thank you for your service, Nekayah

Max Koven - 11/11/2017
Vaughan, Select Province... Canada

Dear soldiers I want to thank you for what you did to Canada

Declan - 11/11/2017
Lake country, British Columbia Canada

Hello. I'd just like to say thank you for your service, and that we hope that you all are okay and that your family is okay. Hopefully you won't be in any trouble in the future,so that you can go home to your familys in one piece. (not to be crude). Thank you.

Max - 11/11/2017
Vaughan, Ontario Canada

Dear soldiers I want to thank you for what you have done

Vanessa - 11/11/2017
Lake Country, British Columbia Canada

While I am always grateful and thankful for the service that you give to keep our country's freedom and safety secure, at this particular time when our global humanity seems to be consistently challenged I wanted to also express the pride I have in our men and women who continue to fight for others, maintain peace and act as a role model for inclusiveness and integrity.

Jonathan shallow - 11/11/2017
Badger, Newfoundland Canada

To all the brave soldiers out there away from there loved ones , I am sitting here in my safe warm house watching I am war. Thinking of you and what u sacrafice to keep me safe. I just want u to know my heart is breaking for what u have to go thru emotionally. The things Have seen. The things u have to do. The things u have to be. I don’t know if anyone will c this but please email me if anyone ever needs a friend to talk to or a place to stay. From every fiver in my heart THANK YOU

Debra Tennier-Bond - 11/11/2017
Burlington, Ontario Canada

On this Remembrance Day, know that we appreciate your service to our wonderful country and the fight to protect our hard fought for freedoms. God bless you and protect you. We thank you! ????

Lisa Marie - 11/11/2017
Coquitlam, British Columbia Canada

I had been blessed with grandparents, not biologically but in heart, Grandma Shirley and Grandpa Ed Droy, who served in the Korean War. After the war they continued serving others through an incredible amount of social justice work. They also won a case for compensation, for contracting malaria while serving in the Korean War. I just miss talking to them on the phone, I thank them for just being there for me & for you being there for us. They also taught me to enjoy simple pleasures & inner peace, & I wish the same for you, God bless you & make it home safe

Gary - 11/11/2017
Lake Country, British Columbia Canada

I will never forget! Thank You!

Cyneman Robyn Wood - 11/11/2017
Toronto, Ontario Canada

Thanks for keeping us safe and defending our freedom! God bless you!

Sean - 11/11/2017
Vaughan, Ontario Canada

Dear Soldiers, I'm writing to you to say thank you for what you did for Canada.l appreciate it very much.I hope you will be succsessful on your missions.I wish you the best. From, Sean

Tammy Taylor - 11/11/2017
Windsor Ontario, Ontario Canada

In remembrance to all the the fall soldiers who have given me freedom.

Sylvain Rondeau - 11/11/2017
Montréal, Quebec Canada

Je suis un pacifiste et un antimilitariste. Je crois qu'avec les moyens que nous avons aujourd'hui d'éduquer et de nourrir l'ensemble de l'humanité, la guerre devrait être obsolète. Toutefois, il continue à y avoir des maniaques génocidaires, des impérialistes, des industriels corrompus et des politiciens sans scrupules faisant en sorte qu'elle continue à faire partie du quotidien de plusieurs. Tant que ce type de mal existera, il sera nécessaire de maintenir des troupes prêtes à défendre civils et libertés à travers le monde face à celles et ceux leur voulant du mal. Dans tout ça, le simple soldat n'a pas d'influence sur la géopolitique mondiale, et bien peu sur la politique de son pays. Il est toutefois prêt à mettre sa propre vie en danger au service de sa collectivité et de ses gouvernants. On peut questionner la pertinence de la participation canadienne à différents conflits armés au cours de son histoire. Mais le soldat, lui (elle), n'y participe que pour servir les siens et éviter que nous, civils, soyons obligés de le faire à sa place. Célébrer le jour de l'Armistice n'est pas célébrer la guerre! C'est être reconnaissant à ses milliers d'hommes et de femmes qui ont perdu la vie, un membre, leur santé physique et/ou psychologique au service de leurs concitoyens: un sacrifice que bien peu de ces derniers auraient eu le courage et l'altruisme de faire à leur place. À tous ces vétérans et à tous ceux qui servent: chapeau bas!

C&M Newby - 11/11/2017
Chatham, Ontario Canada

On this day we remember your fallen brothers and sisters and thank you also for your service. God Bless you all.

Kevin - 11/11/2017
Kitchener, Ontario Canada

(Part 2) The following messages are compiled from my grade 7 class. They wanted to thank all the brave men and women putting their lives on the line so that we may enjoy peace and freedom. Thank you for serving our country and fighting for are freedom Thank you for preventing a greater tragedy with your own sacrifice. Thank you for being one of the many to fight, stay strong. We won't forget, we will always remember. Thank you. Dear Troops, Though i don’t know any of you, i would like to thank all of you for risking your lives for our freedom. My great uncle used to fight in the war too, his name is dan he used to jump out of planes and fight, i find it fascinating even though i maybe shouldn’t but thank you for fighting for our country. Sincerely, Nicole a grade seven Thank you for risking your lives for our freedom Thank you for risking your life to save us Thank you for serving with bravery, and courage for our country.

Kevin - 11/11/2017
Kitchener, Ontario Canada

The following messages are compiled from my grade 7 class. They wanted to thank all the brave men and women putting their lives on the line so that we may enjoy peace and freedom. I am thankful that you are willingly ready to fight for our country and risk your lives in order keep peace. Thank troops for protecting our country and stopping us from getting attacked by a lot of countries. Thank you for protecting our country and never giving up when times got rough. We are thankful for your service here in Canada. Dear soldiers, thank you for protecting us from the bad people. To Canada's troops: Thank you for protecting Canada I can't even imagine what hell all you guys been through like grenades, ambushes , airplanes exploding, tanks, bazookas. Some of my ancestors were in some wars to some I think we're in the canadian army, us air force and scottish navy . from Jack Thank-you for your bravery, fighting for freedom. We will always remember what you have done for us. -Thankyou Thousands of people fought for the safety and freedom for the people in the future and then. They risked their lives for the people and their country, Canada. So many people should be very thankful for them because they defended our country and the people in it. They tried so hard to give everyone a chance to have freedom in their lives. Dear Soldiers, Thank you for saving our country and giving us freedom. Without you, we wouldn’t have all of this freedom. Thank you.