Remembrance Day, Kitimat, BC, Nov. 11, 2010

Robin Rowland 

238-kitimatremembrance2010.jpgSnow began falling in Kitimat, BC, for the first time this winter, at about 9 in the morning Pacific Time. and by the time the residents gathered 90 minutes later for the Remembrance Day ceremony at the cenotaph, it was still snowing. A photo gallery of a small town Remembrance ceremony.  In Kitimat, children lay the wreathes for those who cannot attend, which is why I call this image, Passing the Torch.

Slideshow  of the Remembrance Day ceremony in Kitimat.

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