Prince Rupert Northern View

Scenes from Prince Rupert's Remembrance Day

Despite the heavy rain, hundreds came out to the cenotaph in Prince Rupert on Nov. 11 to honour Canada's war veterans.

Along with residents of Prince Rupert, this year crews from HMCS Brandon and HMCS Yellowknife were on hand to participate in the ceremony.

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