Canadians urged to honor the memory of the dead of the house

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadians were urged not to attend events scheduled for memorial Day in person, CP24 reports.

Canadians were urged to stay home and honor the memory of those who gave their lives defending the country.

The Royal canadian Legion recommended that Canadians watch the ceremonies on TV or online.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also urged Canadians to mark memorial Day by looking at recordings of events online.

In Ottawa, several hundred people gathered at the National war memorial instead of the tens of thousands who usually attend the event. Troy harbour, who personally attended the event in Ottawa, said he grew up hearing about relatives who fought in world war II.

In Ottawa, military aircraft did not make the traditional flyby due to bad weather conditions. The veterans ‘ parade was also canceled.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford and military personnel paid their respects at the legislative Assembly. A memorial dedicated to those who served in Afghanistan was also unveiled in Toronto. “With their courageous actions, they brought peace to the world,” Ford said.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also urged Canadians to mark memorial Day by looking at recordings of events online.

In Ottawa, several hundred people gathered at the National war memorial instead of the tens of thousands who usually attend the event. Troy harbour, who personally attended the event in Ottawa, said he grew up hearing about relatives who fought in world war II.

In Ottawa, military aircraft did not make the traditional flyby due to bad weather conditions. The veterans ‘ parade was also canceled.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford and military personnel paid their respects at the legislative Assembly. A memorial dedicated to those who served in Afghanistan was also unveiled in Toronto. “With their courageous actions, they brought peace to the world,” Ford said.

Residents of St. John’s (Newfoundland and Labrador) were asked to observe a minute of silence at home. Nevertheless, about 100 people gathered at the war memorial. They were masked and kept a physical distance.

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