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HIGHWAY OF HEROES MUSIC: LEE GREENWOOD GOD BLESS CANADA Plays Automatically
Lest we forget!
People await the arrival of the plane transporting the bodies of Canadian soldiers
Arrival of the plane
Arrival of a first soldier
Departure of the procession from the military base in Trenton towards Toronto
Notice the number of Citizens wearing Red T-Shirts
All along the course, the firemen with their hands on their hearts greet the procession
Police officers salute the passage of the soldiers who died in the line of duty
Between Trenton and Toronto, there are 50 bridges, all are occupied by police officers, ambulance men, firemen and especially, ordinary people
The population moves to greet these heroes
The Citizens of Oshawa pack the over passes in Salute to the Heroes!
A Honour Guard of Durham Regional Police Salute Canada’s Heroes
A contingent of Ajax Fire & Emergency Services and local population Salute the Heroes
Capt. Mark Bossi, who served in Afghanistan, fought back tears as he rode along.
As the evening shadows grow, the people mass to pay homage to our Heroes
Downtown Toronto, nearing the offices of the Chief Coroner of Ontario
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Les gens attendent larrivée de lavion transportant les corps des militaires (People await the arrival of the plane transporting the bodies of the soldiers)
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