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Canada remembers fallen soldiers

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Canada's Remembrance Day begins as crowds gather in Ottawa's downtown. Tens of thousands - of all ages - and nearly everyone wearing a bright red poppy. It's a somber occasion. Motorcades bring dignitaries: the Canadian Governor General, the Prime Minister, the Silver Cross Mother and more. There are no speeches from the politicians - just music, gun salutes, a prayer later on. The Air Force fly-over. And long rounds of applause as a shrinking parade of war veterans marches by. Lucy Martin paid her respects and sent in this audio montage from Canada's War Memorial in Ottawa.

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Lucy Martin
Ottawa Correspondent

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