Crosses and Poppies are both frequently used symbols for Canadians as we remember our Veterans on Remembrance Day each year. Crosses mark the graves of the many who gave their lives for our freedom. Poppies were the first flowers to grow on those graves. They were first noted in Col. McCrae's poem In Flanders Feild. Both symbols remind us of the cost, remind us to protect our freedoms and to seek peaceful options in order to prevent war again.
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