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Should there be lights and holly before Remembrance Day?
From two people to several thousand, the event has grown tremendously
More than 700 people attended at the ceremony at the Murrayville cenotaph last year
The last living veteran of the Boer War died in Aldergrove at age 111
The pledge comes after council voted to ask federal branches for refunds on police costs
The second annual community Remembrance Day service at the Murrayville cemetery attracted all ages.
The legend of World War Two pilots Albert and Cedric Mah, as told by their daughters
There’s room for another 20 high resolution pictures of Langley people who have served.
Murrayville’s cemetery is home to one of the community’s cenotaphs.
Each of the Surrey residents memoralized in the square have their own story to tell
Douglas Park was filled with people paying tribute to Canada’s war dead and military personnel.
Veteran’s square fills with community members for annual Remembrance Day service
Honorary Col. David Lloyd Hart still remembers every detail of the bloody and chaotic scene in 1942
David Thompson asked artist Bryan Coombes to paint a tribute to his late father, a bomber pilot.
A Langley man poses an interesting question for Remembrance Day.
A Brookswood resident says past wars still shape the present day.
The City ceremony features a long procession to Douglas Park.
A century after its bloody conclusion, Langley historian Warren Sommer recounts how men from Langley fought in one of the most infamous battles of the First World War
19-year-old Cloverdale filmmaker Parker Leiper asks you to remember