Remembrance Day vs Christmas

Remebrance Day vs Christmas

Now that November has arrived the debate begins, Remembrance Day vs Christmas.  Judgement begins towards those who choose Christmas. While most prefer to wait until after November 12,  some enjoy the holiday season and begin before the 11th. By starting the Christmas season early, people  are somehow being disrespectful to Veterans. That is just an opinion, there is no law. To disrespect someone is to act in an insulting way toward them. When you disrespect people, you think very little of them.   Respect is a way of treating or … Continue reading

Remembrance Day November 11

What is Remembrance Day? It is the day poppies are worn or placed at a war memorial, commemorate members of the community, who have died in military action. In Canada, November 11 is officially called Remembrance Day, but it is also known as Armistice Day or Poppy Day. In the United States, Veterans Day falls on the same date. In the United Kingdom, the Sunday closest to November 11 is known as Remembrance Sunday. Canadians – World War 1 World War 1 began in 1914 and November 11, 1918 was the … Continue reading