Remembrance Day 1971

Fred “Toot” Moar


Editors’ Note: The following speech, shared by Colonel Moar’s grandson, offers reflections from a Canadian WWII Veteran from the North Shore Regiment, who thoughtfully illustrated the complexities of armed conflict, the humanity that exists amid extreme contexts, and the lasting impacts of the moral dilemmas that arise, especially in relation to children. Colonel Moar remained steadfast in his service for a peaceful world and was greatly respected for how he championed care for fellow Veterans.



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