UWindsor Community Remembers Local Soldiers Killed

Tuesday November 11th, 2014

Posted at 12:51pm

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The University of Windsor campus community commemorated the sacrifice of Canadian soldiers at a Remembrance Day ceremony this morning at Memorial Hall.

University President Alan Wildeman placed a wreath at the site of two bronze plaques commemorating more than 160 Assumption College students and personnel who were killed during the battles of World War II.

The ceremony had a large, visible police presence

Participants were asked to place Canadian flags on the lawn of Memorial Hall where they will remain throughout the day

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