As sergeant-at-arms for Branch 13 of the Royal Canadian Legion in Corner Brook, Paul White has called to order a few Remembrance Day parades. As he walked along East Valley Road on Sunday, he made sure everyone was in place before starting the

Crowds silently remember fallen on centennial of WWI's end

OWEN SOUNDOwen Sound marked the 100th anniversary the Armistice — the capitulation of Germany, which ended the First World War — with a solemn cenotaph service Sunday.

Participants mark 100 years since the end of the First World War

Photos: Lake Country honours veterans with Remembrance Day ceremony - Kelowna Capital News

The ceremony marks the 100th anniversary of the signing of armistice

Langford: Legion’s poppy campaign to help community, keep Remembrance Day traditions alive - Sooke News Mirror

Langford Legion’s president said he thinks the importance of Remembrance Day is disappearing.

Slideshow: Cornwall Remembrance Day ceremony, 2018

CORNWALL, Ontario – Hundreds gathered around the Cornwall Cenotaph at Legion Memorial Park on Sunday, Nov. 11 to honour all past and present citizens who have dedicated their lives to serve our country. 

Lest We Forget: Remembrance Day ceremonies across the Lower Mainland - Langley Times

Ceremonies are being held in Surrey, Vancouver, Langley and more

Veterans appreciate presence of people young and old at ceremony

Remembrance Day ceremonies Sunday, Nov. 11 - Williams Lake Tribune

Ceremonies in Williams Lake will include a service, laying of wreaths at the Cenotaph, a flyover and comradeship at the legion

Lest We Forget: 11 places of remembrance to visit in Vancouver Lest We Forget: 11 places of remembrance to visit in Vancouver

Since Armistice 100 years ago, Vancouver has seen the addition of several monuments and special places for remembrance and reflection

Where to participate in Lower Mainland Remembrance Day ceremonies on Sunday - BC | Globalnews.ca Where to participate in Lower Mainland Remembrance Day ceremonies on Sunday

Are you looking to participate in Remembrance Day ceremonies on Sunday? Here's what's happening in your community.

The largest Royal Canadian Legion branch in the province started as the Great War Veterans Association St. James Branch No. 1 in 1917. Today, it offers older members a place to socialize, as it struggles to bring in younger veterans.