November 14, 2021. Remembrance Week is always busy at our place. This year, with the easing of some restrictions, we were able to be out and about in the community more than last year.
One of the events we attended was at the Tryon Cenotaph in Tryon, Prince Edward Island.
November 11, 2021 was a cold and crisp day, with the Remembrance Day service at the Legion in Borden-Carleton, Prince Edward Island, held outdoors. Pieter had been asked by the Member of Parliament for Malpeque to lay a wreath on behalf of the Government of Canada during the Remembrance Day Ceremony in Borden-Carleton. This year, there was a change in MP with the retirement of Wayne Easter, and the election of Heath MacDonald.
It was a meaningful and well-organized ceremony. In the afternoon, members of the Legion attended the ceremony in Kinkora.
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