The Final Hundred Days: November 8th, 1918

Canadian Forces continued to sweep through the south of Belgium.

 The 5th Brigade continued to lead the charge for the 2nd Division. The day’s operations brought them as deep into Belgium as Dour, which was secured by the early evening.

 In the north of France, the 3rd Canadian Division pushed towards the border. Thivencelle and St. Aybert fell to the combined force of the 49th Battalion and the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry.

 Later in the day, the Division would cross the Canal de Condé, gaining a strong position on the northern bank.