Tag: Operation Yellow Ribbon

A Moment of Remembering

Canada and US Flags

[photo courtesy of tpepost.com]

On September 11th, 2001,  Canada began its, “Operation Yellow Ribbon”.  Approximately 33,000 passengers on 239 US-bound flights were rerouted to Canadian civilian and military airports.

Communities small and large opened their hearts, their arms, and in the literal sense, their cupboards, to feed and provide shelter to all travelers who found themselves in a surreal and frightening situation.

Remembering and forever keeping our thoughts and prayers strong as we unite as one.

Thank you, Canada.

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