One of the most touching Remembrance Day displays is back in High River.

Travis Sandor's home is right across from Senator Riley middle school and he hopes students will get to take it in.

There's a new feature to this year's display.

"This year we added the Indigenous Veterans Pin on a silhouette, carved out of wood, put a medicine wheel with two feathers on a flag behind it just to honour indigenous veterans," he says. 


There's a food drive at the display and Sandor's hoping to bring in five hundred pounds of food for the food bank to help veterans and those in need.

Last year he garnered more than three hundred pounds of food.


The cold weather hasn't been kind to the display and Sandor would like to see more people come out, take it in and make a donation.

It's lit up from 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. until November 11th.