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Remembrance Day On November 11th Canadians all across the country stop to remember all of the men who died and suffered in war The veterans were not the only ones who suffered for war has no respect for age or sex Mothers and siblings suffered Each family dreaded a telegraph boy showing up at their door for it meant only two things- injury or death People knew their freedom was in jeopardy and they were prepared to fight and die for it Freedom does not give anyone the right to call another person a name Today people abuse freedom What does the word mean to you Freedom gives me the right to go to school and get the education that I want for my future It gives me the right to play the sports I like and to collect whatever I am interested in without having to worry about people judging me for who I am I can have friends with a different nationality and religion than mine because in this day and age we are taught that all people are equal On Remembrance Day we wear the poppy a blood red flower which grew in the fields where many of the soldiers were buried We wear one to show that we remember the dead On November the 11th we as Canadians are not the only ones who stop to remember the men who died and suffered in war The people in Holland also stand during those moments of silence remembering the Canadian soldiers who died were injured and lucky enough to survive The people in Holland love the maple leaf because our Canadian soldiers fought to save their country This is what Remembrance Day means to me and all of my friends We are not old enough to remember what went on during the wars We hear stories but that is all that they are to us-just stories Some people
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