Memorializing Fallen Soldiers.
Remembrance Day is observed on November 11th each year to honor the sacrifice of men and women who have laid down their lives to serve Canada. People gather at churches, war memorials wearing red poppy pins, and observe two minutes of silence. This is followed by playing of ‘The Last Post‘ and recital of ‘In Flander Fields’. The ceremony at the National War Memorial in Ottawa is telecasted and is reported by major news media outlets.
Triumph of good over evil, and light over darkness.
Diwali is celebrated by millions of people across the globe as a five-day festival of lights. Also known as Deepavali, the festival coincides with harvest and new year celebrations for other parts of the world. The name comes from the Sanskrit word Deepavali, meaning “rows of lighted (clay) lamps” that people light outside their houses.
The Land for Young-Hearted People!
The capital city of Canada, Ottawa, is a diversified place with people settling from all over the world. Its peaceful life, joyful citizens, and gorgeous site-seeing places have attracted a global crowd of tourists all year round. This place has something in store for all age groups. Whether you are travelling and settling with family or alone, you will be blessed with a good neighborhood in Ottawa.
A festival to unite, celebrate, and share good memories together.
As the summer lights dim and the leaves turn to magical colours, the Mid-Autumn Festival in Canada is all set to raise your spirits high!
Mooncakes are one of the specialties for the Mid-Autumn festival. Their various shapes and sweet flavors are just perfect as treats and desserts for the feast. Families cut the mooncake together and exchange greetings.
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