The future of remembrance in Canada

Published 04:31 - 06/18/2021 Updated 04:42 - 07/13/2021

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Members of the Canadian Armed Forces stand at attention at the Remembrance Day ceremony held at Beechwood National Military Cemetery in Ottawa on November 11, 2019.  Photo: Corporal Tori Lake, Canadian Forces Support Unit (Ottawa) Imaging Services

Share your thoughts about how we can best recognize all those who have served, and commemorate Canada's military, peace support and humanitarian missions. The consultation is open until 12 July 2021.

We invite all Canadians—especially Veterans, Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members, RCMP and other persons involved in international peace support operations, and their families—to share their views. We want to hear from you!

Share your thoughts about how we can best recognize all those who have served, and commemorate Canada's military, peace support and humanitarian missions. The consultation is open until 12 July 2021.

We invite all Canadians—especially Veterans, Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members, RCMP and other persons involved in international peace support operations, and their families—to share their views. We want to hear from you!

  • This survey is now closed. Thank you for your participation.

    The survey includes questions so we know what groups we have reached, questions designed for the Veteran community, and questions for all respondents. The survey takes 10 to 25 minutes to complete, depending on the level of detail and input you wish to provide.

    Your suggestions and ideas will help shape the future of remembrance in Canada and how we will implement our 10-year Strategic plan for commemoration.

    We will post a summary of our findings and the final report on consultations here this fall.

    You can also send us your comments or material by email to commemoration-commémoration@veterans.gc.ca or by mail.


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    Veterans Affairs Canada takes your privacy seriously. We are committed to protecting your personal information. This survey information is collected under the authority of P.C. Order 1965-688. This information will be used for the development of a 10-year Strategic plan for commemoration. Your participation in the survey is voluntary. Your personal information is managed based on the Privacy Act.


    This survey is now closed. Thank you for your participation.

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