Remembrance Day 2021

Remembrance Day dawned cloudy and windy in Port Credit in 2021 but as the ceremony at the Cenotaph took place, some welcome sun peaked through.

Hundreds gathered to commemorate those who fought for our freedoms for over a century. For a second year, pandemic precautions were observed and no parade or church service took place. Wreaths were in place at the Cenotaph and dignitaries and representatives of the Royal Canadian Legion, various veterans’ groups, police, firefighters and paramedics paid  their silent respects. The ceremony concluded with all participants laying their poppies on the Cenotaph.

Article and photos by Peeter Poldre

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