Remembrance Day – Molson Remembers


Every year on November 11, Canadians pause in a silent moment of remembrance for the men and women who have served, and continue to serve our country for the cause of freedom and the pursuit of peace.

More than 1,500,000 Canadians have served our country in this way, and more than 100,000 have died. They gave their lives and their futures so that we may live in peace. As we stop to reflect, let us remember the men and women who have answered the call to duty to serve.

Molson commits to continue to honour and remember the courage, selflessness and sacrifices made by those men and women who served our country for the freedom and the pursuit of peace in future years. 

Here’s how we will be remembering our veterans on November 11th :

·         Lowering the Canadian flag to half mast at the Toronto Brewery

·         Observing a minute of silence at 11 a.m.

·         Making an announcement over the Emergency Response System

·         Shutting down equipment, where operationally feasible

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  1. I was also really inspired by both of my children and their school today. They will be holding an assembly and the students were asked to participate with memories and reflection from their own families. We used to call a great uncle of mine every Remembrance day and thank him for fighting for Canada and for our freedom in the Second World War. He passed away in his sleep just two years ago but his son sent my daughter a poem/prayer that his dad used to say every night in battle and in his dying days. Our youth remembering and knowing what it will take to prevent more war is the key to what remembering means for all of us. Lest we forget.

    Ferg Devins

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