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Remembrance Day to Me: A Message From Peter Mansbridge

"Never forget those who've made the ultimate sacrifice for their country." It's what CBC News chief correspondent Peter Mansbridge says of Remembrance Day. In a video, Peter not only describes what November 11 means to him and the country, but he speaks to the CBC coverage he will be a part of in Ottawa at the Remembrance Day Ceremony.


"We're there. We've always been there, every year. CBC is the public broadcaster. My gosh, it better be there on Remembrance Day. Every year, always....It's one of those days where I'm extremely proud to say I work for the CBC," Peter says.


Take a look at Remembrance Day to Me: A Message From Peter Mansbridge:


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CBC Remembrance Day 2012 Coverage Highlights:


CBC News chief correspondent Peter Mansbridge will be live in Ottawa on Sunday Nov. 11 at 10am covering the Remembrance Day Ceremony.


At 8pm, CBC presents a Remembrance Day special In the Words of a Soldier; the story of Captain Nichola Goddard, her time in Afghanistan told through the letters she wrote home before her death.


Then at 11pm, The National's Nahlah Ayed will show viewers the story about Channel Islands residents who were helped during World War II by Canadians who put together food parcels for the Red Cross.