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Wear your poppy close to your heart!

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Wear your poppy close to your heart!

With Remembrance Day fast approaching, you will see people wearing poppies on their lapels, sweaters and jackets, just about everywhere.  Lt. Colonel John McCrae’s poem 'In Flanders Fields', written in 1915 is the basis of the red flower; that’s over 100 years ago. Poppies are worn to commemorate fallen soldiers of past wars dating back to the First World War, leading right up to today. There really isn’t etiquette as to where you should wear a poppy; however, I think it you should wear it on the left side and keep it close to your heart, knowing the price people...

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The Past, the Present and the Future.

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The Past, the Present and the Future.

As most of you are aware, we have finished our relationship with the Juno Beach Association. Over the years, supporters of D-Day Wear enabled us to participate in honouring Canadians that were killed in Action on June 6th, 1944. Through your patronage of our product line, you made it possible for us to donate $54,250.00 to the Juno Beach Centre, where we were able to purchase 217 name plaques for fallen Canadians; some as young as 17 years old; and for that, we thank you. We have changed direction and are now focusing our donation funds to organizations that deal...

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