Victor Osborne, a war vet who was born on Nov. 11, 1918, was at the Remerance Day ceremony in downtown Nanaimo the morning of Saturday, Nov. 11. (KARL YU/News Bulletin)

VIDEO: What Remembrance Day means to Nanaimo residents

We asked Nanaimo ceremony attendees what Remembrance Day means to them. Here are their responses.

Nanaimo’s Remembrance Day ceremony took place the morning of Saturday, Nov. 11 at the cenotaph at Dallas Square Park.

We asked attendees what the day means to them. Here are their responses.

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