Cameron Lane
Cameron Lane
Cameron Lane is in his 3rd and final year of a bachelor’s degree from UNB’s Renaissance College. He was born in Scotland and raised in Nova Scotia, but now lives in downtown Fredericton. He is excited to join the Brunswickan team for a second year as the Multimedia Editor. Throughout this year he will be working on the Brunswickan’s online visual content, creating weekly and monthly video features. Cameron loves travel, music, and samosas. Ask him about India!
November 13, 2018

Remembrance Day: Fredericton marks 100 years since end of WWI

The Remembrance Day procession makes its way down Queen St. | Photo: Cameron Lane

Remembrance Day on Sunday marked 100 years since the end of World War I. A large crowd turned out to the Fredericton cenotaph for the capital city's ceremony.

The procession lines up in downtown Fredericton at the start of the Remembrance Day ceremony on Nov. 11. | Photo: Cameron Lane
The procession begins in downtown Fredericton at the start of the Remembrance Day ceremony on Nov. 11. The flags represent different Fredericton regiments. | Photo: Cameron Lane
The procession begins in downtown Fredericton at the start of the Remembrance Day ceremony on Nov. 11. The flags represent different Fredericton regiments. | Photo: Cameron Lane
The Remembrance Day procession makes its way down Queen St. in Fredericton on Nov. 11. | Photo: Cameron Lane
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