TYSON WHITNEY PHOTOS Hundreds of people came out to celebrate Remembrance Day in Port McNeill on Nov. 11, honouring members of the Armed Forces who have died in the line of duty. See more Remembrance Day photos on pg. 20.

Hundreds gather for Remembrance Day in Port McNeill

Hundreds of people, all proudly wearing poppies, gathered around the cenotaphs in Port McNeill and Port Hardy on Nov. 11 at 11:00 a.m. to celebrate Remembrance Day by honouring members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty.

Roughly 20 wreaths were laid in front of the cenotaphs by various groups, which was then followed by people leaving their poppies on display.

The ceremonies concluded with a touching rendition of “God Save the Queen”.

 

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