December 3, 2022

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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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Sackville Memorial Park
History, Landmarks

Sackville Memorial Park

The Sackville cenotaph is located in the centre of Sackville Memorial Park at the corner of Bridge and Weldon Streets. Originally developed in 1910 as a Town park, with the addition of the cenotaph in 1922 it was designated as the town's…

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Carleton County Courthouse Woodstock Carleton County Court House in Woodstock constructed in 1909-1910.
Landmarks, History

Carleton County Courthouse Woodstock

Carleton County Courthouse in Woodstock is designated a Local Historic Place because its construction signified the end of a long feud between the "Creek Village" (present day Woodstock) and Upper Woodstock as each vied for Shire town status, for a…

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Remembrance Day 2015
Cenotaphs, History, Landmarks

Remembrance Day 2015

On Remembrance Day, crowds of people, young and old gathered at war memorials in New Brunswick today to honour and remember the Canadians who lost their lives fighting on behalf of their country in wars, military missions and conflicts. Fredericton Very…

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