Downtown Toronto, Canadá.
In the eleventh hour, from the 11th day of the 11th month of the year 1918, the World War I came to an end. That’s when the day of remembrance arose. It’s a a way of remembering those who fought in that war and all veterans in general. More than 100,000 Canadian soldiers have lost their lives in conflict since 1899. Each year, on November 11th, Canada and other countries honor those who fought and sacrificed for all of us.
The symbol of Remembrance is the Poppy flower, adopted in 1921, which is a kind of visual commitment that we never forget those who lost their lives in the war.
Video by Gabor Balazs Molnár – 11.11.17