Powell River residents pay Remembrance Day respects at ceremony in Townsite (video)

After services to commemorate Remembrance Day inside Dwight Hall, veterans and community organizations marched to the Cenotaph in Veteran's Memorial Park for a ceremony including two minutes of silence, placing of wreaths and a salute to veterans.

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Several hundred Powell River area residents filled the park and surrounding streets in Townsite for the annual event hosted by Royal Canadian Legion Branch 164, Powell River.

Shane Carlson photo/video

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