NewsREMEMBRANCE DAY IN IROQUOIS FALLS SHARE ON: Tim Rout, staff Thursday, Oct. 27th, 2016Each year on November 11th communities across Canada and the western world pause to remember those who have given their lives in defense of freedom. Canada suffered 61,000 dead in World War One — 46,000 dead in World War Two — and more than 500 dead in Korea. Add to this the many hundreds who have died in peacekeeping missions or Afghanistan since, and the total is well over 108,000. MooseFM spoke with Iroquois Falls Mayor Michael Shea recently about his town’s commitment to remember. He says Iroquois Falls is faithful to Canadian veterans and would not consider missing the annual observance at the cenotaph beginning 10:50am Friday November 11th 2016.