STEWART: Those who fought in and lived through the Second World War laid the foundation for the vibrant, inclusive country we enjoy today
MURPHY: Our perspective in marking Remembrance Day is definitely at odds with views of the day, but that doesn’t mean the sacrifices weren’t worthy
GAZIN: The Second World War was hard on the men fighting on the front lines as well as those they left behind
SCHMIDT: War should not be judged by its difficulty or even its outcome, but by the merit of its cause
WEBB: Secret agents Raymond LaBrosse and Lucien Dumais rescued hundreds of downed airmen from German-occupied France.
MCGARVEY: The battle for the values it was fought for – the defense of justice, rights and freedoms – never ceases.
STEWART: To lash out violently ignores the terrible sacrifice so many have made
FUHR: The Prime Minister just needs to write a cheque and put money where his mouth is