We Will Remember Them – Northern Ontario Remembers

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The Royal Canadian Legion's Virtual Poppy Drop on Parliament Hill (CNW Group/The Royal Canadian Legion Dominion Command)
The Royal Canadian Legion's Virtual Poppy Drop on Parliament Hill (CNW Group/The Royal Canadian Legion Dominion Command)

Northern Ontario Remembrance Day 2018

THUNDER BAY – Across Northwestern Ontario, the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War One was remembered. At Remembrance Day services across the province, Canadian Rangers were very prominent in services as well.

At Camp Borden, in Ottawa and Toronto, Canadian Rangers were front and centre.

In Attawapiskat, there was a very strong Canadian Ranger and Junior Canadian Ranger presence as that northern community remembered the veterans who have served.

In Kenora, Minister Greg Rickford MPP and Bob Nault MP were at the local services.

In Thunder Bay, our coverage winds up with the playing of The Last Post at the Fort William Gardens Remembrance Day services.

View the entire Remembrance Day 2018 Service from Fort William Gardens here.

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