Iqaluit Remembrance Day ceremony draws a crowd

Close to 500 people packed into Iqaluit's Cadet Hall for a moving Remembrance Day ceremony.

It was standing room only at the the Cadet Hall in Iqaluit this morning. 

Close to 500 people came out for the city's Remembrance Day Ceremony.

Iqaluit Mayor John Graham officiated. He's also a past president of Royal Canadian Legion. 

RCMP officers, Cadets, Canadian Rangers, elected officials and family members laid wreaths to remember those who have served in the war.

The Iqaluit Community Choir also performed. 


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