Remembrance Day History
Remembrance Day, formerly known as Armistice Day, marks the end of World War I and serves to commemorate all members of the Canadian Armed Forces, past and present. On November 11th, 1918, at 11am, the armies stopped fighting and World War I came to an end for the United Kingdom. As a British colony, Canadians volunteered in the hundreds of thousands to fight alongside the British Forces in Europe.
Remembrance Day Facts & Quotes
Remembrance Day Top Events and Things to Do