MASTER CORPORAL COLTAN IRVING, 24 FROM TRURO
As far as the actual Remembrance Day ceremony goes, we’ll be marching to the Truro Cenotaph in front of the police station to participate in the parade there.
I feel like it means a lot to the younger community, to at least know about their past, even if they weren’t a part of it being in the Canadian Armed Forces, even just for the general public to go view it, so that way they know something about the past and what Canadian military members did for the country.
If there were no younger people joining the Canadian Armed Forces to keep that tradition on, it would almost feel like a waste for those people who did sacrifice their lives for Canadians. The biggest thing I can say is just show up, show support for current and past members of the Canadian Armed Forces.
Make sure you support the Legion, buy a poppy and show up on Remembrance Day.
Master Corporal Coltan Irving