Canadians who served in peace and war times were honored today at Remembrance Day events across the country.
The Remembrance Day Ceremony in St. Catharines was marked with a procession of veterans, members of the military, cadets, political leaders, family of veterans and some community members.
Representatives of various organizations laid wreaths at the Cenotaph – Memorial Park.
There was a moment of silence and firing of cannon.
Clint Page, 93, a World War 11 veteran of the Merchant Navy was at the event and watched as his grandchildren laid the wreaths in memory of the fallen heroes.
Mayor Walter Sendzik remembered Albert Ryder, a fallen soldier from St Catharines.
The Métis Nation was represented at the ceremony. Canada’s Indigenous fought alongside Canada in many wars.
Updated November 15,2017