Most (82%) Canadians Think Remembrance Day is as Relevant Today as When it First Began Nearly 100 Years Ago

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Monday, November 09, 2015

Toronto, ON – As Canadians prepare to mark Remembrance Day on November 11th, most (82%) Canadians ‘agree’ (49% strongly/33% somewhat) that ‘Remembrance Day is as relevant today as when it first began shortly after the First World War’ with less than two in ten (18%) saying they ‘disagree’ (4% strongly/14% somewhat), according to...

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Most (82%) Canadians Think Remembrance Day is as Relevant Today as When it First Began Nearly 100 Years Ago

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