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Large crowd attends Remembrance Day ceremonies

Ann Bason, with granddaughter Vienna Bason, lays a wreath in memory of her son and Vienna
Ann Bason, with granddaughter Vienna Bason, lays a wreath in memory of her son and Vienna's dad, Colin Bason, during Remembrance Day ceremonies on Sunday at Thunderbird Memorial Square in Abbotsford. Master Corporal Bason, 28, was killed while serving in Afghanistan on July 4, 2007. The vehicle in which he was travelling was destroyed by a roadside bomb.
— image credit: John Morrow photo
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