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(Peter Zubyk/The Chatham Voice)

Members of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 642 colour guard lead the procession down King Street on Remembrance Day Nov. 11 under sombre grey skies.

(Pam Wright/The Chatham Voice)

Wallaceburg high school students march to the Wallaceburg Cenotaph on Remembrance Day led by members of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 18 colour guard and piper Henry Tomaszewski.

(Pam Wright/The Chatham Voice)

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 18 Colour Guard stands stall, including Branch 18 president Mike Hindmarsh, Newt Richardson, Peter Polkinghorne and U.S. Army Master Sgt. Judy Peters of Walpole Island First Nation.

(Pam Wright/The Chatham Voice)

Edwin C. Taylor, of Walpole Island First Nation and Curve Lake First Nation, shares an Ojibwe prayer during Remembrance Day ceremonies in Wallaceburg. Taylor served with the Canadian Army during peacetime from 1979 to 1997. Taylor told the crowd that “all gave some, but some gave all.”

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