Close to a thousand people gathered at the Windsor Cenotaph over the 11 o'clock hour in honour of Remembrance Day.
Hundreds are reflecting and paying their respects to veterans, fallen soldiers and military families with two different Remembrance Day ceremonies in Chatham-Kent.
The sacrifices made by those who fought so freedom might be preserved are clearly recognized in Howick Township.
About two hundred people squeezed into a hot and stuffy Royal Canadian Legion in Port Elgin to honour our veterans.
Over a thousand people gathered for London's Remembrance Day ceremony at the cenotaph in Victoria Park.
Hundreds gathered in downtown Hanover to remember those who gave their lives for our freedom.
Bruce Peacock with the Leamington branch of the Royal Canadian Legion is grateful for the hundreds who attended the Remembrance Day ceremony at the Cenotaph...
Howling winds and cold rain off Lake Huron were no match for more than 200 people who arrived at the Kincardine legion to honour those...
Major Andrew McKeever of Listowel was one of those daring young men in a flying machine in World War One. He was barely in his...
Remembrance Day ceremonies will be held throughout the country today honouring veterans who have served since the end of the first world war.