Here in Canada today is Remembrance Day when we think about those who have made the ultimate sacrifice defending our freedom and way of life. The Toronto Sun's editorial page had the following poem, by Stan Durrant: "I see you on the bridge the overpass as well I don't know your names But your heartache I can tell. Just a few days ago I was in a foreign land doing everything I could to lend a helping hand. I was far away from home not Canada for sure I missed my friends and family I suffered and endured I served my country proudly Afghanistan as well I wonder if it was worth it sometimes it was a living hell I see you waving flags saluting me as well but it's time for me to go, no longer can I dwell I wish you peace and happiness as I'm lowered in my grave please remember me and think of me as brave" Our major highway here (the 401) has been designated the "Highway of Heros" as it is the path taken by our war dead in their return home. People line the overpasses in homage, when it is announced another is making this trip. Andy Donato used this poem in today's editorial cartoon.