The body of a Canadian soldier killed in France and exhumed near Vimy Ridge was brought back to Canada and shortly afterward interred at the National War Memorial, Ottawa, in a ceremony memorializing the 28,000 Canadian soldiers who died in battle but whose bodies were never found. Remembrance Day ceremonies are held there every year. If you’re in the area, stop by and pay your respects.
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