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Published on November 12, 2012

Tyler Waaler, with King's-Edgehill School's 254 Cadet Corps, performs the Last Post, signalling two minutes of silence during Windsor's well-attended Remembrance Day ceremony Nov. 11. 

Published on November 12, 2012

The colour party led veterans, military personnel and various service groups as they paraded from the legion in Windsor to the cenotaph.

Published on November 12, 2012

Dozens of Hants County veterans, in formal dress, attended the Remembrance Day service in Windsor.

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Roberto O'Dogherty, of KES, paid tribute to veterans on Remembrance Day by serving as a member of the honour guard.

Published on November 12, 2012

The King's-Edgehill School's 254 Cadet Corps was out in force during the Windsor Remembrance Day. Pictured are, from left, front row: Steven Wu and Jean Chen; middle row: Jenna Seaboyer and Friederike Wilke; back row: Claire Jurgens and Hillary Cameron.

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Paula Lunn, first vice-president of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 9, emceed the Remembrance Day service in Windsor alongside Legion President Richard Smith.

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Sergeant-at-Arms Rick Folker salutes alongside veterans and members of Canada’s military.

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Branch No. 9 Royal Canadian Legion President Richard Smith accompanies the Silver Cross Mother, Mrs. Danita Curwin, of Mt. Uniacke, as she laid the first wreath at the Nov. 11 service. Her son, Pte John Michael Roy Curwin, died while serving in Afghanistan.

Published on November 12, 2012

MP Scott Brison was one of several dignitaries on hand to lay a wreath in honour of the men and women who fought, and continue to fight, for freedom.

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Emily Konings laid a wreath on behalf of the youth of Canada.

Published on November 12, 2012

This little one watched intently as wreaths were laid at the cenotaph during the Remembrance Day service.

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Branch No. 9 Legion President Richard Smith and Sergeant-at-Arms Rick Folker salute at the cenotaph after laying the legion’s wreath.

Published on November 12, 2012

Young and old celebrated Remembrance Day by laying wreaths and crosses to honour the sacrifices made over the years to protect our freedom.

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Nathaniel Kimball, a member of the King's-Edgehill School's 254 Cadet Corps honour guard, stands stoic amongst the poppies, wreaths and crosses laid in honour of those who fought and continue to fight for our freedom.

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This youngster gets some assistance laying his poppy at the cenotaph in Windsor. 

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Members of the colour party watched as children laid their poppies at the cenotaph.

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Don Baker, of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 09’s colour party, marches back to the legion following the well-attended Remembrance Day service.

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John Harvie, a Second World War veteran from Hantsport, follows his comrades to the seats reserved for veterans at the local Remembrance Day service.

Published on November 12, 2012

A select group of students from the Hantsport School took turns pinning 32 poppies on the memorial cross stationed at the front of the school’s gymnasium for the town’s Remembrance Day service.

Published on November 12, 2012

A select group of students from the Hantsport School took turns pinning 32 poppies on the memorial cross stationed at the front of the school’s gymnasium for the town’s Remembrance Day service.

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Bugler Mark Roberts, of New Minas, prepared the crowd in Hantsport for the moment of silence. 

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About 250 people packed into the gymnasium of the Hantsport School for the communal Remembrance Day service.

Published on November 12, 2012

Roy Martin, far right, Bob Fraser, John Harvie and Dan Spicer were among the distinguished guests at the Remembrance Day service hosted in the Hantsport School Nov. 11. About 250 people packed into the school’s gymnasium for the communal Remembrance Day service.

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St. Clair Patterson, past president of the Lucknow Branch No. 109, Royal Canadian Legion in Hantsport, and his wife, Eudora Patterson, past president of the legion’s women’s auxiliary, laid wreaths on behalf of their respective groups.

Published on November 12, 2012

St. Clair Patterson, past president of the Lucknow Branch No. 109, Royal Canadian Legion in Hantsport, and his wife, Eudora Patterson, past president of the legion’s women’s auxiliary, laid wreaths on behalf of their respective groups.

Published on November 12, 2012

The Brooklyn Civic Centre was filled with residents wanting to pay tribute to those who served, and continue to serve, our country on Nov. 11. A Table of Remembrance was set up at the front of the Brooklyn Civic Centre with various items symbolizing the hardships and sacrifices made by soldiers.

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People of all ages laid wreaths in honour of loved ones lost or still serving.

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Veteran and Sergeant-at-Arms for the Brooklyn Fire Hall, Chick Martin, 77, salutes to honour the fallen during Sunday’s ceremony in Brooklyn.

Published on November 12, 2012

Local veterans were joined by other service groups in the singing of God Save the Queen to mark the Remembrance Day ceremony.

Published on November 12, 2012

People gathered for their turn to lay a poppy among the wreaths marking the end of this year’s Remembrance Day ceremony in Brooklyn.

Published on November 16, 2012

The 76 Minas Sea Cadets were one of several youth and cadet groups participating in the Windsor Remembrance Day ceremony.

Published on November 16, 2012

Members of the West Nova Scotia Regiment were out in force to participate in the Windsor Remembrance Day ceremonies.

Published on November 16, 2012

Members of the West Nova Scotia Regiment approach the cenotaph to lay a wreath honouring fallen comrades.

Published on November 16, 2012

Royal Canadian Air Force and 14 Wing Greenwood representatives Major MacRae, left, and Master Warrant Officer Karsten marched to the cenotaph to lay their wreath.

Published on November 16, 2012

Major MacRae, representing the Royal Canadian Air Force and 14 Wing Greenwood, leans in to lay a wreath.

Published on November 16, 2012

Veterans, alongside serving members of the army, navy and air force, marched to and from the Remembrance Day service in Windsor.

A collection of photographs from the 2012 Windsor, Hantsport and Brooklyn Remembrance Day ceremonies. Photos by Carole Morris-Underhill, Ashley Thompson and Aimee Alden.

Royal Canadian Legion , Lucknow Branch No. 109 , Windsor Branch No. 009 , Windsor , Brooklyn , Hantsport
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