People who care about the price of their Canadian Freedom

We seek your support for an important initiative to create a Memorial Wall of Names and thus properly commemorate those who paid the supreme sacrifice in Our Wars and Peacekeeping duties.

The laws of Canada from 1884 until 1970 required that, those who died serving in our wars and Peacekeeping must be buried in the countries where they fell.

Over 105,000 of our fallen were left buried in foreign lands, mostly during the two world wars. They were buried in seventy-three countries, in over 5,800 war and church cemeteries.

They do not have graves in their homeland and so paying our respects is almost impossible for all Canadians.

We, the undersigned citizens of Canada, draw attention to the House to the following:

THAT WHEREAS Canada has yet to properly honour, in a suitable location that is always accessible to the public, the NAMES Of ALL of OUR FALLEN in wars and peacekeeping;

AND WHEREAS over 115,000 Fallen have their graves in seventy-five countries and hundreds of cemeteries ;

AND WHEREAS their remains, by law, cannot be repatriated to Canada;

AND WHEREAS we must create a suitable national shrine to our fallen;

AND WHEREAS proper recognition will show our love and respect for their sacrifice;

THEREFORE, your petitioners request that Parliament provide a suitable area of public land to be used for the locating of a Memorial Wall of Names of all of Canada’s Fallen and consider a shared funding arrangement with the established Registered Charity 84021 6675 RR 0001 for the creation of and the future maintenance of this national shrine to Canada’s Fallen.

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