Canada’s D-Day Tribute

| April 2, 2014

On June 6, 1944, D-Day, 359 Canadians were killed in action on the beaches of Normandy. These men came from communities all across Canada. They lived down your street, attended your school, worked in your businesses. Many were just boys when they went off to war, storming the beach as young as 18.

This year the Juno Beach Centre commemorates their sacrifice by installing 359 Tribute Markers – one for each fallen soldier – on Juno Beach.

Honour a soldier and show your support for the Juno Beach Centre. Sponsor a Tribute Marker today.

Visit the campaign page (www.junobeach.org/tribute) or call our office in Canada for more information, 877 828-JUNO.

Dispatches from Juno shares all the news, events, and stories from the Juno Beach Centre in France and Canada. Interested in contributing a story to the blog? Email the editor at jbca@junobeach.org.

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