Second World War veteran Warner Hockin gets help walking up to the cenotaph to lay a wreath at Veterans Memorial Park in Downtown Chilliwack on Monday. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

IN PHOTOS: Remembrance Day ceremonies in Chilliwack

Videos and images from both the downtown Chilliwack and Vedder cenotaphs on Remembrance Day

Thousands of people in Chilliwack came out Monday morning to pay their respects to those who served and lost their lives fighting for Canada.

Both cenotaphs — located at Veterans Memorial Park in downtown Chilliwack, and All Sappers Memorial Park in Vedder Crossing — were packed with spectators, veterans, soldiers, cadets, emergency personnel and more for this year’s Remembrance Day ceremonies.

Videos from the Remembrance Day ceremony at All Sappers Memorial Park in Vedder Crossing:

Videos from the Remembrance Day ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park in downtown Chilliwack:

The James C Richardson Pipe Band performing following the ceremony outside the Chilliwack Museum:


 

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