Remembrance Day at MDHS

By: Julia Langille

On November 11th, we all stood together to commemorate all the armed forces who fought and protected our country to keep us free. It is an important part of our history and our lives to remember the sacrifices of Canadian soldiers then and now.

Our MD letters were redesigned in honour of Remembrance Day. A big thank you to Mr. Jones’ Art class!

Milton District High School honoured Remembrance Day (also known as Armistice Day) by creating a video made up of Historica Canada videos, narrations of the lives of a few soldiers, and the beautiful trumpet playing of Eli Vodarek-Berman. This video was shown at the beginning of first period classes, since social distancing did not allow us to gather. 

Lest we forget.