Veterans honoured at Remembrance Day ceremony

Despite chilly temperatures and a cold wind, there was a strong turnout at the Grand Forks Cenotaph for the Remembrance Day ceremony.

Wreaths at the Cenotaph laid at the Remembrance Day ceremony.

Despite chilly temperatures and a cold wind, there was a strong turnout at the Grand Forks Cenotaph for the Remembrance Day ceremony.

Veterans, RCMP officer in red serge, cadets, council members, and others marched from the Legion to the Cenotaph. Once there, the flag at City Hall was lowered for a moment of silence for those lost to the wars. After that, wreaths were laid out in front of the Cenotaph. Finally, everyone marched back to the Legion for a social including sandwiches and hot tottys.

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