Remembrance Day ceremonies in Vancouver Chinatown and Victory Square

I always attend the service in Vancouver Chinatown.  I used to attend Victory Square, but it has gotten very crowded in recent years.
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Here's a 3 photo panorama taken by Patrick Tam – I am on the far right next to Col. Howe Lee

Last year, Lt. Gov. Steven Point attended the Chinatown ceremonies following the Victory Square ceremonies. http://www.gunghaggisfatchoy.com/blog/_archives/2008/11/12/3973947.html

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Lt.Cdr.
King Wan, Mr. Gwendolyn Point, MP Libby Davies, MLA Jenny Kwan, Lt.
Gov. Steven Point, Col. Howe Lee, MP Don Davies – photo Todd Wong

City of Vancouver Parksboard website states


Remembrance Day Ceremony November 11th at Memorial Park South
 East 41st Avenue and Prince Albert Street.Ceremony begins 10:30 am
 March to cenotaph at 10:15 from John Oliver SS. Sponsored by the Royal
Canadian Legion Branch # 16. Memorial Park South event program

Remembrance Day Ceremony November 11th at Grandview Park
 Sponsored by the Royal Canadian Legion #179 at 11 am located at
Commercial and Cotton Drives.  A march to the cenotaph begins at 10:35
am from Napier Street and Commercial Drive.

Remembrance Day Ceremony November 11th at Stanley Park
Gather at 10:40 am Sponsored by the Japanese Canadian War Memorial
Committee at the Japanese Monument near the Stanley Park Pavilion.

Remembrance Day Ceremony November 11th at Victory Square 
Gather at 10:30. Major representation by civic officials at 11 am at
Cambie and Hastings Streets. A colourful parade precedes the event. Event details

Hershey Harriers Remembrance Day Run November 11th at Stanley Park’s Brockton Oval Grounds. Run starts at 11:01 am. Register after 10 am. Go to www.hersheyharriers.com for details.

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