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On Remembrance Day 2011, veterans awoke to a sea of 5,000 Canadian flags adorning the lawn of the Sunnybrook’s Veterans Centre (Doug Nicholson)

On Remembrance Day 2011, veterans awoke to a sea of 5,000 Canadian flags adorning the lawn of the Sunnybrook’s Veterans Centre

(Doug Nicholson)

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“Canadians owe a great deal to our war veterans,” says Dr. Barry McLellan, Sunnybrook’s president and CEO. “They are the foundation of this great country that we all share.”

Canadians clearly agree.

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On Remembrance Day 2011, veterans awoke to a sea of 5,000 Canadian flags adorning the lawn of the Sunnybrook’s Veterans Centre. Each flag had been purchased by someone in the community and inscribed with a heartfelt message as part of Operation Raise A Flag, an enormous ‘thank you’ for everything veterans have done for Canada.

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Have your own message of thanks for our veterans? Visit www.raiseaflag.ca to honour a veteran this Remembrance Day.

 

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