First Nations vets honoured at Remembrance Day ceremony: photos

Photos by Jenny Uechi

Hastings Street reverberated with the voices of First Nations today, as they walked to commemorate First Nations war efforts at the memorial in Victory Square. An estimated 4,000 Aboriginal soldiers fought for Canada in the First World War, and their sacrifices were honoured in the leadup to Remembrance Day.

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