March 23rd, 2017

Remembrance Day

Herald photo by Ian Martens Residents line up to place their poppies at the base of the Cenotaph at the conclusion of the Remembrance Day service Friday downtown. Herald photo by Ian Martens Air Cadet Quintzy Kasprick looks back to fellow cadet Victoria Tigley before the march in at Exhibition Park.. Herald photo by Ian Martens Gunners Michael O'Gorman and Thomas Nearing pay their respects at the Cenotaph at the conclusion of the service. Herald photo by Ian Martens Military personnel and a large crowd of residents take part in the Remembrance Day service at the Cenotaph. Herald photo by Ian Martens A large crowd watches the flyover of the Royal Canadian Air Force C-17 Globemaster from 429 (Bison) Squadron during the Remembrance Day service Friday at the Cenotaph. Herald photo by Ian Martens Bombardier Cody Van Driesten, Sgt. Darcy Hansen and Gunner Parker Boron, from the 20th Independent Field Battery, fire the gun salute at Exhibition Park. Herald photo by Ian Martens Molly Yanke, Melanie Murray, Paige Hueppelsheuser and Ty Stang, part of a group of Girl Guides, Scouts and 4-H youth, walk up to lay a wreath at Exhibition Park. Herald photo by Ian Martens A near-packed house attended the Remembrance Day service at Exhibition Park. Herald photo by Ian Martens Mayor Chris Spearman lays a wreath during the Remembrance Day service at the Cenotaph. Herald photo by Ian Martens Veterans George Williams, left, Eric Christie, Jim Wright and John Ross stand for the singing of "God Save the Queen" at Exhibition Park. Herald photo by Ian Martens Military and service personnel march in at Exhibition Park. Herald photo by Ian Martens David Kaminski, Liam Wallace and Julianna Ouellette prepare to pipe in the march at Exhibition Park. Herald photo by Ian Martens Cadets change guard at the Cenotaph Vigil during the Remembrance Day service at the Cenotaph. Herald photo by Ian Martens Cadets in the stands salute the colours at Exhibition Park.