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Warrant Officer Claire St. Croix of the 2904 Cambrai Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps recites the poem "In Flanders Fields" by Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae during Remembrance Day ceremonies held at Stephenville High School on Sunday.
The Remembrance Day parade makes its way down West Street in Corner Brook on Sunday.
Members of the Deer Lake Girl Guides paraded to the cenotaph on Sunday to join in the Remembrance Day ceremony. Addison Jefferies proudly carried the Sparks flag after the event concluded.
Richard Brinston, a Second World War veteran, salutes the playing of "God Save the Queen" at Remembrance Day ceremonies held at Stephenville High School on Sunday. Brinston is one of just three surviving Second World War veterans under Branch 35 of the Royal Canadian Legion.
F/Sgt. Leon Vermaak of the 708 Air Cadets performs the playing of The Last Post during Remembrance Day ceremonies held at Stephenville High School on Sunday.
Many wreaths were laid at the Remembrance Day ceremony in Deer Lake, followed by a few closing remarks by Comrade Brendon Lush, president of the Deer Lake Royal Canadian Legion Branch 3.
Retired Captain Lorne Reid sings along as "O Canada" is played over the sound system at the Remembrance Day ceremony in Deer Lake.
A rock painted with the words "Always Remember" was seen at the foot of one of the statues at Remembrance Square in Corner Brook on Sunday.
Second World War veteran Fred Alteen listens as the names of veterans and members of Branch 13 of the Royal Canadian Legion who died over the past year were read out at the Remembrance Day ceremony in Corner Brook on Sunday.
Some of the crowd that gathered for the Remembrance Day ceremony in Corner Brook on Sunday are seen behind the cross covered in poppies.
Remembrance Day ceremonies were held in Corner Brook, Deer Lake, and Stephenville on Sunday.