War museum volunteer urges more remembrance of post-1945 conflicts
Michael Braham, a retired naval captain and volunteer at the Canadian War Museum, says he believes that Canadians need to pay more attention to the veterans who fought for Canada in wars, such as in Korea and Afghanistan, that happened after the end of the Second World War.
In focus: Veterans, Canadian Forces personnel march again on Nov. 11 amid loosened COVID rules
Veterans and Canadian Armed Forces members return to the National Remembrance Day ceremony for the 80th anniversary of the Dieppe raid.
Carleton University holds first in-person Remembrance Day ceremony in three years
Carleton University’s close connection with the Canadian military was back on display as the school marked an in-person Remembrance Day since the start of the pandemic.
In Focus: An historic Ottawa military unit honours Canada’s fallen on Nov. 11
The historic Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa is one of the most noticeable units during Remembrance Day commemorations.
War museum offers visitors a chance to immerse themselves in history this Remembrance Day
The Canadian War Museum is ready for in-person attendance for Remembrance Day.
War museum acquires three Victoria Crosses from First World War
The Canadian War Museum acquires three more Victoria Crosses awarded to Canadians for bravery during the First World War.
Community heroes to be honoured by the planting of 500 trees at Beechwood Cemetery
The non-profit Trees for Life is partnering with Beechwood Cemetery to plant 500 trees in honour of community heroes including members of the military and health-care workers.
In focus: Solemn onlookers return to national Remembrance Day ceremony
As COVID restrictions ease, events such as the National Remembrance Day ceremony in Ottawa at the National War Memorial are returning to normal. Capital Current captured the solemn day in pictures and words.
In focus: The chill didn’t deter the crowds from coming to Beechwood Cemetery to remember the sacrifice of veterans
Crowds gathered at the Remembrance Day ceremony at Beechwood cemetery paying homage to the sacrifice of veterans, the traditions of the day and the 100th anniversary of the poppy campaign.
Beechwood’s National Day of Tribute prepares National Military Cemetery for Remembrance Day
Volunteers gathered at the Beechwood Cemetery Friday morning to help landscape the cemetery ahead of Remembrance Day.
As poppy campaign marks 100 years in Canada, Ottawa philanthropist remembered for pioneering veterans’ aid
The annual poppy campaign owes much to a caring and committed Ottawa philanthropist, Lillian Bilsky Freiman.
War museum enhances content on Remembrance Day virtual resource to share ‘stories we weren’t telling’
The Canadian War Museum has added new content, including stories of diverse perspectives in Canadian history, to their Remembrance Day online resource.