The air was crisp and the skies were mixed with both sun and cloud for the Remembrance Day ceremony held at the Memorial Arch. A large crowd gathered with the RMCC Cadet Wing to honour the sacrifice of Canada’s fallen soldiers. Following a reading of John McCrae’s “In Flanders Fields” by Sergeant-Major Andrew Skinner and a response by the Cadet Wing, the Commandant Brigadier-General Eric Tremblay, the College Chief Warrant Officer Elizabeth Lindsay, and Kingston Branch President Regg Watts laid wreaths on the Arch.

A large crowd of the college military and civilian staff, retired military personnel, and citizens and school children was in attendance during the ceremony.

Veterans of recent conflicts will keep day meaningful

Sombre gathering at Beechwood


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