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Ernest Cote receives his Legion of Honour Award from the Ambassador of France, Phillippe Guelluy, at the French Embassy to Canada in Ottawa on Thursday May 27, 2004. Cote, one of Canada's better known D-Day veterans, has passed away. He was 101. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Tobin Grimshaw

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Ernest Cote receives his Legion of Honour Award from the Ambassador of France, Phillippe Guelluy, at the French Embassy to Canada in Ottawa on Thursday May 27, 2004. Cote, one of Canada's better known D-Day veterans, has passed away. He was 101. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Tobin Grimshaw

Funeral to be held March 7 for distinguished D-Day veteran Ernest Cote

OTTAWA - A funeral will be held in Ottawa next week for a celebrated D-Day veteran who is being remembered for a life full of adventure and accomplishment.

Ernest Cote died of natural causes Wednesday at age 101.

He is being called "a true Canadian hero" by Prime Minister Stephen Harper and ...

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