Poppies, likely placed there nine months ago on Remembrance Day that have faded in the time since, are seen still attached to the Curling War Memorial in Corner Brook.
United Nations Peacekeeper Mike Martin reads the Act of Remembrance during the National Peacekeepers' Day ceremony in Corner Brook.
Long Range Mountains MP Gudie Hutchings places a wreath on behalf of the federal government at the Peacekeepers Memorial in Corner Brook during a National Peacekeepers' Day ceremony on Thursday.
Peacekeeper Glenn Pye, right, accompanied Humber-Bay of Islands MHA Eddie Joyce during the wreath laying at the Peacekeepers Memorial in Corner Brook on Thursday. Joyce placed the wreath on behalf of the provincial government.
Peacekeeper Ron Pieroway bends his head while a prayer is read during the ceremony at the Peacekeepers Memorial. Pieroway severed two tours as a United Nations Peacekeeper in Cyprus.
The Western Newfoundland Chapter of the Canadian Association of Veterans in United Nations Peacekeeping held a ceremony at the Peacekeepers Memorial in Corner Brook on Thursday to mark National Peacekeepers' Day. The day commemorates the loss of nine Canadian peacekeepers serving on the United Nations Emergency Force II (UNEF II), who were killed when their aircraft was shot down over Syria on Aug. 9, 1974. Derek Hamlyn, left, president of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 13, is handed a wreath by peacekeeper Denis Parizeau to place at the memorial, which is located at the Curling War Memorial site.
The Western Newfoundland Chapter of the Canadian Association of Veterans in United Nations Peacekeeping marked National Peacekeepers' Day with a ceremony at the Peacekeepers Memorial in Corner Brook on Thursday. The memorial is located on the site of Curling War Memorial.