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Jayden Smith, master seaman with the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets, sounds a bell in remembrance of ships lost at sea as part of the Battle of the Atlantic service Sunday morning at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 256. - GREG SAKAKI/The News Bulletin
Jayden Smith, master seaman with the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets, sounds a bell in remembrance of ships lost at sea as part of the Battle of the Atlantic service Sunday morning at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 256.
— image credit: GREG SAKAKI/The News Bulletin

Jayden Smith, master seaman with the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets, sounds a bell in remembrance of ships lost at sea as part of the Battle of the Atlantic service Sunday morning at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 256.

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