December 5, 2022

Cenotaphs

New Brunswick Cenotaphs
Cenotaphs, History, Landmarks, Video

New Brunswick Cenotaphs

Every November 11, crowds gather at New Brunswick Cenotaphs and war memorials to pay tribute to those who died in armed conflict. While the rites and rituals surrounding Remembrance Day are well understood, the monuments around which we gather and…

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Fort Hill Cannons
History, Cenotaphs

Fort Hill Cannons

Fort Hill Cannons are a pair of 19th century cannon barrels flanking a war monument in front of the Royal Canadian Legion Hall, 4 New Street, St. George. Fort Hill Cannons are designated a Local Historic Place for their intended…

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Blackville
History, Cenotaphs, Landmarks

Blackville

Snuggled between two placid rivers, the Miramichi and Bartholomew in the heart of New Brunswick, is the little Village of Blackville. It has the most famous streams in North America running through it. Blackville was long settled before it received…

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Riverview Memorial Park – Saint John
Cenotaphs, History

Riverview Memorial Park – Saint John

Riverview Memorial Park is a spacious park with gravelled pathways and a monument honouring veterans of the Boer War. It is located on Douglas Avenue in Saint John within the Douglas Avenue Preservation Area.  Riverview Memorial Park is recognized for…

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