This Tuesday marks the 90th anniversary of the end of World War 1. On November 11, 1919 we started observing Remembrance Day or Poppy Day, Veterans Day, or Armistice Day. The name varies from country to country but the important thing is it reminds of those brave men who gave their lives so we could live our lives as we lead them today. A reminder of Remembrance Day is the poppy. Here in Canada we start seeing each other wear the poppy from the beginning of November. In recent years I've started to see more young people wear it The poppy was chosen as a result of John McCrae's Poem In Flanders Fields. For those that don't know McCrae was a Canadian Doctor serving France. He wrote it in 1915 after seeing a friend of his die So what does Remembrance Day mean to you. Do you do anything special a 11am. I try my best to take my two minutes to thank all the men that gave their lives. I'm selfishly thankful for the fact that my dad got pneumonia during Basic Training in World War II and wasn't able to go overseas. I'm know I would have had a dad but not my dad. I was born years 14 years after World War II but still.........I'm also thankful for the men and women who wear the uniforms of the Canadian Military today. Thank you and your loved ones for giving your live to help others enjoy the freedom we have here.