Premier Gordon Campbell and Mayor Gregor Robertson Stand Side by Side at Remembrance Day Parade

Photos by Linda Solomon

On Remembrance Day, Premier Gordon Campbell and Mayor Gregor Robertson reviewed military bands, while Vancouverites of all ages and species observed.  VO story in  twelve pictures.

A military trumpet player.


Of course there were kilts, but neither the premier or the mayor were wearing

A group listens to the music being played at Victory Square.

A dog stands quietly by.

On strike, but still working, an ambulance parts the crowd to reach an unidentified person in need.

The body language of the premier and the mayor expressed unity.

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