One hundred years on, we are all connected to the First World War, either through our own family history, the heritage of our local communities or because of its long-term impact on society and the world we live in today.
First World War Centenary Partnership Program is a public interest group established in 2012 by the Government for the preparation and implementation of the commemorative program for the First World War centenary.
Welcome to the Veterans Affairs Canada Calendar of Events. The purpose of this calendar is to highlight national events of interest to Veterans, those with a connection to Canada’s military, past or present, and the Canadian public-at-large.
Here, you will find a list of events and commemorations relating to the First World War. In spite of our checks, we cannot accept any liability for the contents and the actual occurrence of third party events. If you are interested, please inform the organisers named in advance. The list is regularly up-dated by us and you are invited to enter your own events here.
In an effort to accurately reflect historical reality, to highlight the important role played by Belgium in the conflict, to honour both the military and civilian victims and to include a citizen focus in the commemorations...
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Anzac Day ceremonies are conducted by Australian Embassies and High Commissions at various locations around the world. For information regarding Anzac Day commemorations in a specific country, please visit the Department of Foreign Affairs website. Click on the relevant country to link to their webpage and visit the Events section.