Kelowna's Royal Canadian Legion typically has one of the most successful poppy campaigns in the country each year.

Cracked church bell in Delta a reminder of joy peace brought after WWI

Faith communities across Canada will ring their bells 100 times at sunset to commemorate the passing of a century since the end of WWI.

Don Mullan: 'McClean deserves support in conscientious stance on poppy'

For seven years, a vocal minority of Premier League and Championship fans have subjected James McClean to annual abuse around the Armistice Day commemorations over his decision not wear

We will remember them

Robert Beaken reflects on the legacy of the First World War in public rituals of remembrance

Bells to ring out at New West church on Remembrance Day Bells to ring out at New West church on Remembrance Day

The Bells of Peace will ring out in the Royal City on Remembrance Day. Queens Avenue United Church is joining with other bell ringers across Canada who are in ringing Carillonic Bells in . . .

This year marks 100 years since the fighting stopped in the first world war. The commemoration of the armistice, Remembrance Day, remains potent but is also changing with the times.

This year’s Remembrance Day will have very special significance because it was 100 years ago, on Nov. 11, that the First World War officially came to an end. On this solemn day every year we remember and pay tribute to all those who have

Remembrance Day services in Waterloo Region

Waterloo’s Remembrance Day ceremony starts on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at the Waterloo cenotaph behind city hall on Regina and Williams streets. The parade will form up at 10 a.m. on Bridgeport Road East...

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Sunday will mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.

Where does your poppy money go?

Each year, millions of Canadians pay their respects to those lost in combat by placing a poppy as close to their hearts as possible.