by Nigel Gloade, Millbrook First Nation - Dec. 2012

Standing in front of Millbrook’s Cenotaph, (L-R) Major Cate Weis, Honourable Lieutenant Colonel Don Julien of 3 Intelligence Company and Major Peter Weis. Photo by Nigel Gloade

November 11, 2012 – All Mi’kmaw communities have been affected by war. For generations, Mi’kmaw men and women have put themselves in harm’s way to defend our freedom. During the 20th and 21st century, over 300 Mi’kmaw men and women have served in armed conflict world wide. Families, friends, RCMP officers and military officials once again gathered at the Sacred Heart Church on November, 11, 2012 for the Remembrance Day Ceremony in Millbrook to honour those Warriors.

“Remembrance Day is a good service and a great way to honour our veterans”, said Greg Knockwood.

Following the mass, a ceremony was ...

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