The red poppy flower was chosen as the symbolic flower for Remembrance Day in Canada. Remembrance Day reminds Canadians of the war and the sacrifices of brave soldiers, drawing thousands of people to attend celebrations in big and small cities across the country. This is always a day to honor those who have fallen, and it is also a time for people to call and recall the horrific memories of the war, thereby helping those who live to cherish and cherish peace.
Remembrance Day memorial services are usually held at post-war memorials, schools or other public areas. Two minutes of silence, the song “Last Post”, the poem “In Flanders Fields” and the poppy flowers, these are traditional rituals and symbols for Canadians to pay respect to the holiday.
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