PM attends ceremony honouring Cpl. Nathan Cirillo at National War Memorial [PHOTOS]

Photos by Jason Ransom via Prime Minister of Canada website
PMO photos by Jason Ransom

Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Chief of the Defence Staff by General Thomas Lawson thank members of the Canadian Armed Forces during the reinstatement ceremony of the Sentry Program at the National War Memorial.

The two attended the ceremony to pay their respects to soldier Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, who was gunned down in the Ottawa shooting, and to mark the return of two ceremonial guards to the National War Memorial.

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