Share your ideas on how we should recognize and remember Canada’s Veterans

18 June 2021 – Ottawa, ON – Veterans Affairs Canada

As Canada’s Veterans evolve, so too should the ways we commemorate them. Earlier this year, we introduced our broadened approach to commemoration, that aims to recognize all those who have served our country in uniform, both here at home and around the world.

As we continue to honour our Veterans from the First and Second World Wars and the Korean War, it’s important to explore innovative ways to recognize all who have served. We want to know how Canadians would like to pay tribute to Veterans, those currently serving and those who died for our country.

Starting today, we invite Veterans, their families and all Canadians to share their thoughts on this important topic through our online consultation on the future of remembrance. The online consultation is open from 18 June to 9 July 2021.

The input received will inform the way in which we commemorate Veterans for years to come.

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