Lots of people gathered at the Ingersoll cenotaph this morning to honour those who have fought for Canada's freedom.
INGERSOLL - A moment of silence was observed at the Ingersoll cenotaph this morning in order to remember those who have fought to for Canada's freedom over the years.
Lots of people also wore poppies and laid wreaths during the Remembrance Day ceremony.
Mayor Ted Comiskey says it is important to remember Canada's brave soldiers.
"It shapes our future to know what sacrifices men and women have given over the years in the armed forces and even today with their service to keep peace and to keep Canada free, to keep Canada what it is."
Comiskey tells Heart FM he thinks about Canadian soldiers of the past, present and future when visiting the cenotaph.
"When I'm here, my thoughts and prayers are with those that have passed and certainly the prayers are with those that are joining to make sure they're safe and taken care of."
The Harvard Aircraft Association also flew over the cenotaph during the ceremony.