As Sunday, Nov. 11, draws near, the left breasts of Canadians grow speckled with deep red poppies. Since the end of the First World War, countries around the world have observed Remembrance Day as a way to commemorate soldiers who’ve fallen in the line of duty. As part of the ceremonies in Canada, wreaths are placed at the bases of war memorials across the country. It’s a solemn and powerful moment that reminds Canadians of the sacrifices made in the name of freedom. This year’s commemoration is particularly significant, since it marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. If you are looking to observe this Remembrance Day, here are 10 war memorials across Canada that are worth visiting.