A crowd gathered Monday at the cenotaph in Castlegar to lay wreaths and pay respects to local residents killed at war. Photos: Jennifer Small

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Remembrance Day ceremonies were held Monday at the cenotaph in Castlegar.

A crowd gathered Monday at the cenotaph in Castlegar to lay wreaths and pay respects to local residents killed at war. Photos: Jennifer Small

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A crowd gathered Monday at the cenotaph in Castlegar to lay wreaths and pay respects to local residents killed at war. Photos: Jennifer Small

A crowd gathered Monday at the cenotaph in Castlegar to lay wreaths and pay respects to local residents killed at war. Photos: Jennifer Small

A crowd gathered Monday at the cenotaph in Castlegar to lay wreaths and pay respects to local residents killed at war. Photos: Jennifer Small

A crowd gathered Monday at the cenotaph in Castlegar to lay wreaths and pay respects to local residents killed at war. Photos: Jennifer Small

A crowd gathered Monday at the cenotaph in Castlegar to lay wreaths and pay respects to local residents killed at war. Photos: Jennifer Small

A crowd gathered Monday at the cenotaph in Castlegar to lay wreaths and pay respects to local residents killed at war. Photos: Jennifer Small

A crowd gathered Monday at the cenotaph in Castlegar to lay wreaths and pay respects to local residents killed at war. Photos: Jennifer Small

A crowd gathered Monday at the cenotaph in Castlegar to lay wreaths and pay respects to local residents killed at war. Photos: Jennifer Small

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