Remembrance Day

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Nov 11, 2015
Photo: peacequest.ca

Remembrance and working for peace

rabble staff
Last year ceramic poppies representing each British and colonial military death in WWI were laid in the Tower of London’s moat. Thoughts on what remembrance is and on working for peace.
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Nov 14, 2014

Ils se souviennent: France and the Great War

Rod Mickleburgh
As much as we rightly mourned the murders of two young Canadian soldiers last month, this past Remembrance Day inevitably lost some of its focus on the carnage that started it all.
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Nov 10, 2014
"Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red" at the Tower of London

To remember is to work for peace

Sara Stratton
Ceramic poppies representing each British and colonial military death in WWI have been laid in the Tower of London’s moat. It is breathtaking, almost beyond belief. Beautiful and absolutely brutal.
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Oct 27, 2014

Harper's crocodile tears for fallen soldiers

Jesse McLaren
Harper claims his "thoughts and prayers" are with the soldiers killed last week, but he is sending more troops to die in Iraq while cutting their pensions amidst rising suicides.
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Nov 25, 2013
Image: wikipedia commons

Harper has betrayed Canada's veterans

Gerry Caplan
Stephen Harper's contemptuous treatment of Canada's veterans is not only shameful because they deserve better; the chasm between the government's rhetoric and its policies is hypocritical.
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Nov 11, 2013
Dove of Peace

Remember the women and girls

Bernadette Wagner
"Rape has been a dishonourable camp follower of war for as long as armies have marched into battle."

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