(L-R) Pte. David Mark and Pte. Cody Thate salute the Grand Forks cenotaph. Photo: Laurie Tritschler
The Grand Forks Royal Canadian Legion’s Colour Guard makes its way to the cenotaph. Pictured from left to right are John Lepage, Mick Hanlon, David Davies, Megan Bain and Terry Doody.
Silver Cross Mother Roxanne Priede lost her son, MCpl. Darrell Jason Priede, when his Chinook helicopter crashed in Helmand Province, Afghanistan on May 30, 2007.
The Royal Canadian Legion’s Frank Soroka (Branch 059) emceed Thursday’s service.
Dep. Chief at Grand Forks Fire/Rescue gives a salute in front of the department’s honour guard.
A father and son watch Thursday’s service from behind a pylon on 72nd Avenue.
The Last Post.
Ken Cruickshank, President at the Royal Canadian Legion’s Branch 059, gives an 11th hour salute. Photo: Laurie Tritschler
The Grand Forks Border Bruins came out for Thursday’s service with Assistant Coach Shane Gorman.
(L-R) Canada Border Service Agency members Mike Whyte, Heidi Stiles, Joe McLean stand next to the CBSA’s Warren McKay and his son, Chase, a member of the B.C. Sheriff’s Service.
Mark Rosengren holds the service records of his grandfather Robert Rosengren and great uncle Keith B. Davidson, both of whom served with the Royal Canadian Air Force in the Second World War.
Métis elder Jean Lloyd (right) spoke at Thursday’s service.
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The service was held at the cenotaph outside City Hall