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“What the soldiers gave us is freedom and the air to breathe democracy”. Mark Cullen

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The Gift of Remembrance

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Welcome to Highway of Heroes — A Tree For Every Hero.

Ontario’s Macdonald-Cartier Freeway, better known as Highway 401, is the main transportation corridor linking Windsor with Quebec City, and crosses through some of the most densely populated areas in Canada. In 2007, a 170 kilometre portion of the highway stretching from CFB Trenton to the Don Valley Parkway (and later Keele Street) in Toronto was designated the Highway of Heroes, reflecting its use as the route for funeral convoys carrying fallen Canadian Forces service men and women from CFB Trenton to the coroner’s office in Toronto.

Honour & Remembrance

William Temple Hall - RCAF, WWII - KIA over Hamburg, 1941

Patrick O'Connor - Canadian Army - Korea, KIA, May, 1951

Barry O'Connor - RCAF, WWII - Tail Gunner, KIA over Skagerak, Denmark 1942

Private Martin Weber: Died in 1944 and is buried in the Canadian war cemetery Bretville-sur-laize near Cann, in northern France.

Lance Corporal James Henry Walter Johnson: (B/75006) 48th Highlanders of Canada. Died on May 23, 1944 at the age of 25. Buried in the Cassino War Cemetery. From the Harris Family

Mrs. Frances Gilchrist in remembrance of her parents; Douglas and Margaret Baker

John Harder, WWII vet who passed away this year. "He would have loved this!"

Christopher Loucks

Mr. John S. Murray - Navigator/Observer - Burma - WWII Ferdnand Maurice Aube - serving in Canada & Europe in WWII Walter Roy Couperthwaite Ernest George Sellers - Royal Canadian Navy, WWII Jonna Ebel and Doug Stemmler

Judy and Graham Neale

Giuseppe Bruno

Jack Craven

Shane Greig

Allan Burnside

The Kaufman Children

Amy King

Charles Cardinal - WWII POW in Hong Kong

Robert Cardinal - served during WWII in Canada and Europe

George Frederick Reid - Canadian Army

Harold Cardinal - served during WWII in Canada and Europe

John Cornelius Reid - RCAF

Issac Henry Cardinal - WWII demolitions expert - Canadian Army

Carl Murray Parise - Canadian Army

Leonard Edward Reid - RCAF

Hugh Beaty

William Cardinal - served during WWII in Canada and Europe

Leo Cardinal - served during WWII in Canada and Europe

Medard Cardinal - served during WWII in Canada and Europe