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In our small town we gathered at the Royal Canadian Legion hall and walked behind the RCMP members, firemen and other uniformed service people to the town hall where a service was held with every name of the local men and women who served in war and peacekeeping was honoured, many by wreaths displayed by their descendants.

Unfortunately our community doesn’t have any living veterans of the world wars living here.

My family lost two Spitfire pilots in the Battle of Britain.


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