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CTV's Washington bureau chief Paul Workman: survivor guilt and memories of the war in Afghanistan become all the more poignant on Remembrance Day

Rarely, if ever, has the prime minister had more disparate elements collide in his favor. Let me count the ways.

Daniele Hamamdjian and CTV cameraman David Iacolucci give us a behind-the-scenes look at what it was like covering Canada's war sacrifice in a photo essay.


 
Canadian Armed Forces members hold a Remembrance Day ceremony at the Joint Task Force Headquarters in Kuwait during Operation Impact on Nov. 11, 2014. (Combat Camera / Department of National Defence)

IN PICTURES Wreaths, roses and poppies cover tombstones of veterans as Canadians across the country mark Remembrance Day.

INTERACTIVE

Use our interactive slider to compare how some of the iconic First World War sites from Belgium, France and Canada have changed in almost 100 years.



A program put on by the Canadian War Museum to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the First World War gives students a tactile education and glimpse into what the Great War was like for service men and women.

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