Remembrance Day in Carbonear
Dozens of people of all ages gathered under a bright mid-morning sun and braced against the biting cold wind Nov. 11 to take part in Remembrance Day ceremonies in Carbonear. A diverse collections of groups, ranging from the Legion and the RCMP to the Girl Guides and cadets were on hand to help pay tribute to the men and women who have served Canada and Newfoundland and Labrador in wartime. Here are some scenes from the sombre ceremony.
Published on November 15, 2012
Korean War veteran Clyde Prior is seen placing a wreath with help from his daughter, Debra Virtanen. Prior is from Bay de Verde, but resides in Victoria. The 80-year-old served with the Royal Canadian Regiment, and fought in Korea in 1952-53.