A century since the end of WWI

Sunday is Remembrance Day and 2018 marks a century since the end of World War I.

The main city remembrance will be a mass at Marie-Reine-du-Monde at 9:30 followed by a ceremony at the Place du Canada cenotaph at 10:30. Some suburbs hold, or have already held, their own ceremonies, John Abbott College holds one in the West Island with the veterans’ hospital, and some locals will be going to Europe for ceremonies there, like this bus driver who belongs to the Black Watch.

Many media have done stories connected with the war, although nobody who fought in it is still living. Bells may be ringing on Sunday.