LEST WE FORGET: Fort Langley honoured the fallen

Remembrance Day at Fort Langley 2011


RCMP in Procession, Remembrance Day, Fort Langley


The Remembrance Day service in Fort Langley Nov 11, 2011


A flag was placed at each veterans grave by Casey Smith


Over 300 veterans' graves in Fort Langley Cemetery


Flags on all veterans graves in Fort Langley Cemetery


Veterans graves in Fort Langley Cemetery


Fraser Blues fly over Fort Langley cenotaph at 11 o'clock


Remembrance Day Fly-past by Fraser Blues over Fort Langley

Hon. James Moore, his father Dr. Moore and Brenda Alberts


Kevin Kelly and Les Antone of Kwantlen First Nation


Wreath laid on behalf of Kwantlen First Nation


The Hon. Rich Coleman, Minister of Energy and Mines


Hon. Rich Coleman lays wreath for Province of BC


Getting ready to lay a wreath in remembrance


Sentry at Fort Langley Remembrance Day Service

Royal Canadian Mounted Police lay wreath in Fort Langley


Inspector Amrik Virk at Remembrance Day service


Laying of wreaths at War Memorial in Fort Langley


Honouring those that made the ultimate sacrifice


Scouts lay wreaths at Fort Langley Cenotaph


The Fort Langley service included many young people


Many families participated at service in Fort Langley


Laying wreaths at Fort Langley Cenotaph


Piper, Carl Hampson


A rainy Remembrance Day in Fort Langley


A big turn out at Remembrance Day Service


Wreaths at the Fort Langley Cenotaph


After the Remembrance Day Service


Leaving Poppy at Cenotaph


After the Service in Fort Langley


War Memorial Fort Langley


Fort Langley Cenotaph


Veterans Section of Fort Langley Cemetery


Photos of Fort Langley Remembrance Day Service provided courtesy of Harold Martens. Also more photos by Troy Landerville of the Langley Advance. To see Troy’s photographs of Remembrance Day at the Fort Langley Cenotaph click on the link to Langley Advance.

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