Remembrance Day is being marked all over the country today.
Canadians take part in ceremonies and observe 2 minutes of silence at 11:00 a.m. to commemorate those killed in war.
CBC News will of course have live coverage from Ottawa starting at 10:00 a.m. eastern. You can watch it streamed on our site.
The Royals - Prince Charles and Camilla will attend services in Ottawa today.
We'll also have coverage from Westminster Abbey in London for a special ceremony marking "The Passing of the World War One Generation."
We'll visit Kandahar, where our troops remember those who served.
And CBC News has an exclusive interview with the Chief of Defence Staff, Walter Natynczyk.
In a new approach this year, the government wants to engage Canadians in the stories of war veterans online.
Veteran Affairs has launched a YouTube channel "Canada Remembers".
David Michael Lamb
Senior Producer, World Report.
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