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James Birchall - 04/02/2022
Belleville, Ontario Canada

Canadian Armed Forces, Carpe Diem! Seize the day! James

Gulnar Khambatta - 27/01/2022
Vancouver, British Columbia Canada

Thanku for all the hard work you all do day in day out. Take care sending warm wishes and hugs. Love,light,blessings

Susan Hill - 27/01/2022
Collingwood, Ontario Canada

To All the Brave Men and Women who love us and their country so much! Thank you for all you do, for what may seem like an eternity some days. I think of you all with kindness, respect and friendship. I honestly don’t know how you manage on the awesome army food and lavish sleeping accommodations! Lol! With Valentines Day coming, ?? I’m thinking of all the lonely hearts out there, ?? and just know you are not alone!! …. We are all united in the human experience and the love in our hearts. God bless you all and much LOVE ?? from this woman in Collingwood, Ontario! Xoxoxo Susan

Makayla - 25/01/2022
Mississauga, Ontario Canada

Dear Soldier, My name is Makayla and I am 7 years old. Why did you choose that career? Bye for now, Makayla Written as an assignment for our grade 2 class.

Aaryan - 25/01/2022
Mississauga, Ontario Canada

Dear Soldier, My name is Aaryan. I am seven years old and I'm in grade two. I am writing you a letter to ask you some questions relative to your career as an army soldier. Who you are and how's your life being an army soldier? And what army are you in? And where are you doing your job? Why did you choose your career as an army soldier? When did you come into the army? Please, I will be really grateful if you answer all my letter questions. I will wait for your response. Thank you, Aaryan

Noah - 20/01/2022
Quesnel, British Columbia Canada

Thank you for your service may God bless you all (lust we forget)

Ruth - 19/01/2022
Shediac, New Brunswick Canada

Dear CF members I know the holidays away from your loved ones were hard. But i also know that you get lots of messages during the holidays which help. Over many years i felt that January and February were harder for you as the hours and days appear much longer in theater. Someone used to tell me that those were the worst months for him. For that reason I just want to tell you that there is someone in Canada thinking about you on those blue days in January and February. Thank you all for your service. May you be safe in 2022 Ruth New Brunswick

Jim Birchall - 19/01/2022
Belleville, Ontario Canada

Attention!: Canadian Forces, What do you call it when a cow has an abortion?? De-calfinated James

Jim Birchall - 19/01/2022
Belleville, Ontario Canada

Attention!: Canadian Forces, What do you call a cow with no legs?? Ground beef! James

Jim Birchall - 12/01/2022
Belleville, Ontario Canada

Canadian Armed Forces, Good morning. I trust all is well with you all. Yes, it's the start of a new year and I hope it is better than 2021. Have a righteous day! Take care, James

Victoria Mitropoulos - 11/01/2022
montreal, Quebec Canada

I would just like to let you know that we all appreciate what you do for us it is truly incredible. I hope you liked this little message.

Hoa Thao Nguyen - 09/01/2022
Ottawa, Ontario Canada

Dear the brave and selfless soul, I just wanted to say thank you for your service and I do really appreciate all the things you've done to contribute to the safety and security of Canada. I am an international student who just started school in Canada but I can not hide my respect and admiration to the Canadian Army Forces. I know that being in such a disciplined, harsh and well-trained environment is very hard but I am here to cheer you up! You are the frontline members of Canada and I do really treasure your determination and will to protect people. I hope that this short message from a stranger would cheer you up and motivates you. Keep up the great work! Best wishes, Hoa

Hoa Nguyen - 09/01/2022
Ottawa, Ontario Canada

Dear Canadian Armed Forces Member, I would like to express my appreciation and gratitude to you and thank you for your contribution towards enhancing the safety of residents in Canada. As an international student residing in Canada, you are part of the reason that I can pursue my studies in this amazing and peaceful land. To me, it is very important to honour the selfless people who put themselves second to protect the lives of others. I had so many wonderful experiences in this harmonious land and I also made lots of new friends. And once again, thank you for your service and I hope you now that not only the Canadians but any lives in Canada appreciate and embrace you. Hope that my message brightens your day! Best wishes Hoa

Jo Anderson - 08/01/2022
St. Albert, Alberta Canada

This message is for Operation Laser. I hope you enjoyed Christmas and New Year's celebrations whether or not you were with your families. Our Health Care system was overwhelmed in September this year and you helped. It was unheard of to me that my province would need help of this kind. Then again you were there when Saskatchewan needed it. You have helped in other provinces during this pandemic. I often think the Armed Forces serve in countries around the world, yet you are always at home too when you are needed the most. I want to acknowledge you and thank you for all you do. Know that you are appreciated and loved. All the best in 2022.

Helen - 06/01/2022
Edmonton, Alberta Canada

Happy New Year to you. I hope it is warmer where you are than it is here. Since Christmas it has been unbearably cold with temperatures -25 and colder. Sometimes with the windchill it has been -28 with a windchill of-40. I am 93 and I drive but I just stay in and don’t go out at all. I was getting short of milk but I didn’t want to go out. My sister-in-law who is 85 brought me 4 litres so I am okay now. The forecast is for zero or even plus 3 starting on Monday the 10th so I will go out then. Our Covid count has been going up lately. Normally we have had, in December, 379, 356 and just before Christmas we had 522 cases. Yesterday we had 4,752!! School children, up to Gr. 12 are scheduled to go back to school on Jan. 10th - some people are very much against them returning so soon. Tonight many people in Alberta will be celebrating Ukrainian Christmas Eve. If you do, I wish you a very Merry Christmas. Our family always did when I was younger. I went to Victoria at Christmas. It was plus 5 but we did have a little snow on Christmas Eve. I only stayed for 3 nights. Last year when I went - my son lives there - only 17 people were on the plane. This year the planes were full. I had not seen my granddaughters for a year so it was nice to see them again. Happy New Year. Take care of yourself. Thank you for your service.

Michael Anthony - 06/01/2022
montreal, Quebec canada

Thank you for serving this beutuful country in thebattles you have faced.I appreciate your hard work and loyalty to this country. thnak you again and keep up the great work.

Jasmin - 05/01/2022
Toronto, Ontario Canada

Dear Veteran(s), how are you doing? My name is Jasmin, I am in grade 8 at North Kipling Junior Middle School in Toronto. I am writing this letter to say thank you for all the sacrifices you have made for Canada and for the world. Remembrance day may be hard to get through, or maybe a proud and honorable one. This year I learned that the battle at Vimy Ridge was the first battle where all four divisions of the Canadian Army, from different parts of Canada, battled together. From 1914 to 1918 Vimy Ridge was a cliff used to protect and wait for the enemies to come. It was a good spot because you could view all angles. In 1931 a bill was introduced to observe Armistice Day only on November 11, and to change its name to Remembrance Day. Every year on November 11, Canadians pause in a moment of silence to honour and remember more than 2 million Canadians who have served, and continue to serve, Canada during times of war, conflict, and peace. If we do not remember their sacrifices, it is meaningless. Remembrance Day is important because of you, the survivor(s) and all the fallen soldiers who had fought in the war to make the world a better place. We wear our poppies to pay our respect to you, honor the fallen, the survivors and the troops who are still serving around the world. Whoever reads this should know that you are great, one of a kind and you should always know that. Thank you for all your service and for reading my letter. Have a great day! Sincerely Jasmin

Savannah - 05/01/2022
Castor, Alberta

Thank you so much to the men and women of the Canadian military. I am 12 and hope to be a medic in the Canadian military. This has been my dream since I was 6. Thank you for your service. And how can I support the Canadian military more?

William Troniak - 02/01/2022
Kingston, Nova Scotia Canada

Thank you for spending such an incredibly important time of your lives in service of Peace and to Canada. There are many people back home here who think of you and your sacrifices. I am one of them. Rest assured that your service and bravery are not forgotten. Thank you for being a Canadian.

Sophia - 27/12/2021
Surrey, British Columbia Canada

Hope you have a Happy Holiday. Thank you for everything that you do and for serving our country. Wishing you all the best in 2022. God Bless.

JoyceSnary - 25/12/2021
Bowmanville, Ontario Canada

Hello, I would like to express my sincere appreciation & gratitude for your service. If you were here, I would introduce myself, smile, Thank you, then shake your hand and give you a hug. Know that I think of you and wish you a Very Merry Christmas & a Wonderful New Year. God Bless Joyce

Theresa - 25/12/2021
Brampton, Ontario Canada

Merry Christmas to all serving members of the Canadian Armed Forces. God bless and thank you !

Jeff Hay - 25/12/2021
Edmonton, Alberta Canada

Merry Christmas and Seasons Greetings sent from our family who are forever thankful for your Service. The Hay’s

Jay - 24/12/2021
Powell River, British Columbia Canada

Merry Christmas 2021& All the best in Newyear 2022 Thankyou for ALL that you do

2990 Lorne Scots RCACC (Milton Army Cadets) - 24/12/2021
Milton, Ontario Canada

A very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all serving members of the Canadian Armed Forces and particularly those deployed on Operations outside of Canada, during these Holidays. From all the Cadets, Instructors, Support Committee, and Officers of 2990 Lorne Scots RCACC, we wish you a Happy New year and all the best in 2022. Stay healthy and strong and, if abroad, a safe return home.

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