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Despite pelting rain, hundreds of people in Chilliwack turned out Friday to honour the men and women who sacrificed their lives in Canada
Despite pelting rain, hundreds of people in Chilliwack turned out Friday to honour the men and women who sacrificed their lives in Canada's wars. At the All Sappers Memorial at Vedder Crossing(above), and at the Veteran's Memorial Park downtown, people joined to pause in remembrance.
— image credit: Greg Knill/ Progress

Despite pelting rain, hundreds of people in Chilliwack turned out Friday to honour the men and women who sacrificed their lives in Canada's wars. At the All Sappers Memorial at Vedder Crossing(above), and at the Veteran's Memorial Park downtown, people joined to pause in remembrance.

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