Remembrance Day ceremonial service at the Cenotaph on Warner-Colpitts Lane. Photo by Barry Gray.

PHOTOS: Remembrance Day in Stittsville

Veterans and residents gathered for a Remembrance Day ceremony the Stittsville Cenotaph on Warner-Colpitts Lane, in front of the Johnny Leroux Arena. All photos by Barry Gray.

The Colour Party leads veterans and other participants down Stittsville Main Street. Photo by Barry Gray
The Colour Party leads veterans and other participants down Stittsville Main Street.

Comrade Fred Appel, President of Stittsville Legion reads opening remarks. Photo by Barry Gray
Comrade Fred Appel, President of Stittsville Legion reads opening remarks.

Photo by Barry Gray

Photo by Barry Gray

Pete Bulzphal and two year old daughter Arianne at the Remembrance Day ceremonial service. Photo by Barry Gray
Pete Butzphal and two year old daughter Arianne at the Remembrance Day ceremonial service.

Photo by Barry Gray

City Councillor Shad Qardi walks to lay a wreath. Photo by Barry Gray
City Councillor Shad Qardi walks to lay a wreath.
Stittsvill Legion member Johnmy Leroux (left) and Randy Reid (right) prepare to lay a wreath. Photo by Barry Gray
Stittsville Legion member Johnmy Leroux (left) and Randy Reid (right) prepare to lay a wreath.
Comrade Fred Appel, President of Stittsville Legion (left) is joined by other legion members laying wreaths. Photo by Barry Gray
Comrade Fred Appel, President of Stittsville Legion (left) is joined by other legion members laying wreaths.
Stittsville Legion's Silver Cross Mother prepares to lay a wreath. Photo by Barry Gray
Stittsville’s Silver Cross parents, Richard and Claire Leger,┬áprepare to lay a wreath.

Veterans at the Remembrance Day ceremonial service. Photo by Barry Gray

Photo by Barry Gray
Overall photo at the Remembrance Day ceremonial service
Legion member Ron Currie prepares to lay a wreath. Photo by Barry Gray
Legion member Ron Currie prepares to lay a wreath.
Residents show appreciattion as veterans and other participants leave the Cenotaph. Photo by Barry Gray
Residents show appreciattion as veterans and other participants leave the Cenotaph.

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