The Sackville Legion's colour party leads the parade down Bridge Street towards Memorial Park on Sunday for Sackville’s annual Remembrance Day ceremony. This year’s services, which took place at Convocation Hall and then the cenotaph at Memorial Park, drew hundreds of residents of all ages.
A bagpiper leads a parade of local Legion members, area veterans, military members, cadets, firefighters and other dignitaries down Bridge Street.
Members of the Sackville Legion, area veterans and other special dignitaries march down Bridge Street toward Memorial Park.
Sackville Legion members and veterans stand in silence during Sunday’s Remembrance Day ceremonies in Memorial Park.
Sackville Legion member Victor Sears reads the list of honoured dead during the Remembrance Day ceremony at Memorial Park.
The Last Post is played during Sackville's Remembrance Day ceremonies on Sunday.
Members of Sackville town council, l-r, Mike Tower, Ron Aiken and Andrew Black take part in Remembrance Day ceremonies at Memorial Park on Sunday.
Rev. Danny Barrett speaks to the large crowd in attendance at Memorial Park.
Senator Carolyn Stewart Olsen, with the help of a local air cadet, places a wreath at the Sackville Cenotaph during Sunday's Remembrance Day ceremonies.
Gayle Keith-Mitton lays a wreath on behalf of Memramcook-Tantramar MLA Megan Mitton at Memorial Park in Sackville.
A Mountie lays a wreath in honour of the fallen during Sackville's Remembrance Day ceremonies.
Sackville Legion president Doreen Richards prepares to lay a wreath at the Sackville cenotaph.
Firefighter Walter Allen lays a wreath on behalf of the Sackville Fire Department.
The Tantramar 681 Air Cadets lay a wreath during Sackville's Remembrance Day ceremonies.
Sackville residents pause to remember the fallen after laying a wreath at the cenotaph during Sunday's Remembrance Day service in Sackville.
Sackville and area residents pin their poppies on the wreaths at the end of Sackville's Remembrance Day ceremonies Sunday morning.