Here is a round-up of Remembrance Day stories from around Saskatchewan and Manitoba that you might have missed.
Remembrance Day stories from Manitoba
- Military mementoes given away as generations age, lose connection with those who served
- ‘I wanted adventure’: Manitoba veteran reflects on his time serving in WWII
- Manitoba’s Ukrainian community holding first Remembrance Day close to heart
- RCAF to conduct flypasts for National Indigenous Veterans Day
- Blanket of poppies decorates the inside and outside of a Manitoba legion
- Vintage fighter airframe to be restored in U.K.
- Centenarian vets remain humble about their roles in Second World War
- Historian hunts for photo of Manitoba soldier
- ‘So heartwarming’: students honour veterans at cemetery event
Other Remembrance Day stories from around Saskatchewan
- Saskatoon native deployed to Baltic Sea continuing family legacy of military service
- Former Grand Chief reflects on National Indigenous Veterans Day
- Sask. school Remembrance assemblies held ‘to make sure that those stories continue to be told’
- Ahtakakoop veteran sees Remembrance Day as time of reflection
- Ruth Schultz, 102 years of age, considers it a ‘great honour’ to be named the War Mother for the Weyburn Legion on Nov. 11.
- FSIN’s Lerat honours, remembers Indigenous vets
- Estevan RCMP officer proud to have served his country
- Métis veterans honoured despite inclement weather
- Veteran Tammy Monteyne, who hails from Estevan, enjoys retirement after almost 34 years of service
- St. Walburg honours veterans with banners, storytelling
- Sunningdale students remember Canadian fallen soldiers in the Afghan War
- Only two WWII vets still in Moose Jaw, under 100 in Sask., legion estimates
- Invermay veteran shares Second World War experiences
Our Prairie stories matter too.
The Flatlander takes a closer look at the stories that unite us, and make us unique, in Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
Will you help us tell our stories?