Geordie and I attended the Remembrance/Armistice Day ceremonies in Victory Square Park. Lots of people were there. They had a parade with different army divisions complete with pomp and ceremony. The central point of Victory square is the Cenotaph pictured below. This is where the wreathes are laid and many people leave their poppy pins there afterwards. The cenotaph is engraved. "Their name liveth for evermore" and, within a stone wreath, "1914–1918." Facing Hamilton Street: " Is it nothing to you" and facing Pender Street: "All ye that pass by".