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Remembrance Day in Nova Scotia

By Jakob Postlewaite Nov 11, 2022 | 2:26 PM

Remembrance Day ceremonies at Grand Parade in Halifax.

Nova Scotia is marking Remembrance Day with services across the province.

Many dignitaries took part in a ceremony and laid wreaths at Grand Parade in Halifax.

Attendees included MP Andy Fillmore, Housing Minister John Lohr and Halifax’s deputy mayor Pam Lovelace.

Another ceremony was held in Point Pleasant Park. Thousands gathered to honour those who have and continue to serve.

Ceremonies also took place at Point Pleasant Park in Halifax.

People turned out across the province to honour Canada’s veterans in their own communities.

The ceremony was well attended at Veterans Memorial Park in Bridgewater. Under sunny skies. hundreds came out to pay their respects.

A Remembrance Day at Veterans Memorial Park in Bridgewater.

Two ceremonies were held in Yarmouth to celebrate Remembrance Day.

They took place downtown at the Yarmouth cenotaph and at the Yarmouth Mariners Centre.

Yarmouth is also marking Remembrance Day with the return of the Veterans Memorial Banner Program.

Fifty banners displaying veterans’ photos and service details have been installed on lampposts in downtown Yarmouth.

The ceremony at Mariners Centre was attended by 104-year-old World War II veteran Jim McRae.

Ceremonies at the Yarmouth cenotaph.

There was also a ceremony at the Port Hawksbury cenotaph.

The service was held by Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 43 and was well attended by members of the public.

RCL Branch 43 conducted the ceremony in Port Hawkesbury


With files from Steve MacArthur, Kevin Northup, Blake Priddle and Evan Taylor.


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