Thousands packed Spirit Square in Pitt Meadows on Monday to pay tribute to Canadian veterans.
A reading of In Flanders Fields, a poem written by John McCrae during the First World War, started off the ceremony followed by the annual parade to the cenotaph.
For the second year in a row, the Fraser Blues performed the flyby over the Pitt Meadows ceremony.
The singing of the national anthem took place and a member of the Ridge Meadows RCMP said the prayer.
Then the Last Post was played followed by a minute of silence.
Finally wreaths were laid around the cenotaph by members of the community.