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Remembrance Day coverage from around Atlantic Canada

There are many ways to commemorate Remembrance Day.
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Our team of SaltWire journalists across Atlantic Canada have produced dozens of stories in the days leading up to Remembrance Day 2019. 

Take a look at the stories they've told as we prepare to remember all those who sacrificed for our freedom. 

Honouring Remembrance Day


Seven ways to keep your Remembrance Day poppy from falling off


Prince Edward Island 

RCSCC Summerside Sea Cadet Corps Annie Sham, from left, Evan Smith, and Grace Smith mark a veteran’s headstone with a small Canadian flag to honour and remember their service.
RCSCC Summerside Sea Cadet Corps Annie Sham, from left, Evan Smith, and Grace Smith mark a veteran’s headstone with a small Canadian flag to honour and remember their service.

P.E.I. reservist returns to the Island after serving six months in South Sudan


Summerside man calls on able veterans to join in parade at Remembrance Day services


P.E.I. veteran spreading PTSD awareness to help those fighting the silent battle


Miscouche Legion to host special tribute for veterans


P.E.I. veteran looking to coax comrades out of their dark places


Summerside cadets honour veterans by planting Canadian flags on their headstones


Nova Scotia

Second World War veteran Roy Morrison enjoys receiving the Remembrance Day thank-you cards each year from Truro teen Savannah Hamilton.
Second World War veteran Roy Morrison enjoys receiving the Remembrance Day thank-you cards each year from Truro teen Savannah Hamilton.

Second World War veterans part of 1941 call by government for women to enlist


‘They went in and they never came out’: Holocaust survivor shares story with Halifax audience


Post dated: Letter from war years to reach destination on Remembrance Day


Truro girl creates cards of remembrance for veterans


Flags of Remembrance 2019


Greenwood veteran recalls the dangers of serving in Second World War


Not alone - Middleton students make sure Commonwealth airmen not forgotten almost 80 years later


ED COLEMAN: Hard-luck soldier from Melanson narrowly survived Second World War


From hockey to Holland - Kentville’s Frank Moore kept supplies move during Second World War


Brothers in arms: 7 Brickton Burbidges served their country well in the Second World War


VIDEO: South Nictaux veteran recounts risky Second World War missions


‘The army came easy to me’ - At 93, Second World War veteran Lewis Sawler still a force to be reckoned with


VIDEO: Aylesford woman recounts growing up in London during Second World War raids


WENDY ELLIOTT: The Children of the Athenia remember


Newfoundland and Labrador 

Ellen Picco said her father, Jerome Kilfoy, was very proud to have his picture taken with Lieutenant Governor Judy Foote last November.
Ellen Picco said her father, Jerome Kilfoy, was very proud to have his picture taken with Lieutenant Governor Judy Foote last November.

St. Anthony family's military service spans five generations


POW James Bauld joins military veterans remembered in Glenwood


Burin Peninsula veteran remembered as patient father with a keen sense of humour


Marystown Second World War vet remembered


Plan in works to fix up Holyrood doctor’s grave


Corner Brook peacekeeper says remembering is crucial to prevent future conflict


Grenfell Campus holds Ceremony of Remembrance in Corner Brook


Wearing poppies proudly

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