November 2013

Every November 11, and the weeks leading up to it, individuals across Canada and other Commonwealth countries observe a memorial day to remember those who lost their lives in the line of duty. A tradition that begun after World War I, it resonates with us all as we adorn our red poppies and pay our silent respects.

As we approached this edition, we thought about the importance of remembering. We often hear that we should live in the present and not be too concerned about the past or future, but there are definitely times it pays to remember.