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Church bells tolled in several communities across the region to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI.
Take in the sights and sounds from the Remembrance Day ceremonies with the pipers playing Amazing Grace.
A Barrie man risked his life for the freedom of others. Private William Buchanan gave up his job to enlist and paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Tragedy strikes a Lefroy family when five brothers enlist.
Students in Alliston pay tribute to those who fought for our freedom.
Church bells will ring this Remembrance Day in tribute of those who paid the ultimate sacrifice, as we mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One.
A mother buries her two sons who were killed during the war. CTV’s Mike Walker has their story.
Pte. Edwin Arden Milne left home for the battlefields of Western Europe in 1915 as a young man both exhilarated and terrified. He never made it back home.
Pte. Paddison lied about his age so he could join the frontlines a world away. Here's his story and how his legacy lives on.
Private Joseph Ernest Cloughley was 22-years-old when he went to war in 1915. He never came home. Here’s his story.
Jayne Pritchard sits down one-on-one with local historian Clint Lovell to chat local soldiers, and his latest book.
The County of Simcoe has unveiled a new way to recognize soldiers from WWI.
Residents got a look at trench warfare and Newmarkets’ history during and after the First World War at an Interactive Trench Exhibit.