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Militia on horses in the Centennial Parade2019-01-19T20:16:45-04:00
Millitary representatives march in a parade at Collier and Mulcaster Streets.2017-03-03T12:02:51-04:00
A military parade makes its way South down Mulcaster Street towards Heritage Park.2017-02-28T23:02:41-04:00
Army and Orange Parades on Dunlop Street West.2017-01-22T19:34:33-04:00
Town of Barrie Centennial Celebrations and Santa Claus Parade (Compilation of three films).2016-09-14T22:01:02-04:00
Soldiers in costume march down Bradford Street just past Vespra Street as part of the Centennial Parade.2016-07-01T05:16:29-04:00
Soldiers march down Bradford Street as part of the Centennial Parade.2016-07-01T05:16:28-04:00
Cavalry make their way down Bradford Street past Vespra Street as part of the Centennial Parade.2016-07-01T05:15:44-04:00
Cavalry make their way down Bradford Street as part of the Centennial Parade.2016-07-01T05:14:59-04:00
Armed forces from Base Borden are warmly welcomed at City Hall during a special gathering to honour them.2016-06-27T02:54:42-04:00
A Rememberance Day ceremony underway at Fred Grant Square with Dunlop Street East in the background.2016-06-25T18:45:30-04:00
Locals gather for the annual Rememberance Day Ceremony at Fred Grant Square.2016-06-24T21:14:42-04:00
A military marching band makes its way down Dunlop Street in front of Fred Grant Square during the annual Remembrance Day ceremony.2016-09-13T16:14:00-04:00
Clifford Wiseman (centre) leaving to go off to World War I, killed in action.2016-07-16T22:02:49-04:00
George Morren carried this Savage pistol when he served with the 75th Battalion in Europe during World War 1 from 1916 – 1918. His nephew recently donated it to the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario.2016-05-18T07:21:28-04:00
The leather holster for the pistol model 1907, serial number 113384 used by George Morren during World War I. On May 21, 2015, his nephew, Douglas Morren, donated it to the Royal Military College.2016-05-11T19:52:56-04:00
The Cenotaph at Memorial Square which was constructed in June 1922.2016-05-11T19:18:31-04:00
A parade through Five Points, on the occasion of the visit to the 102 Barrie Squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets by the the U.S. Air Cadets of the American Air Patrol.2016-04-30T22:26:38-04:00
The Remembrance Day ceremony at Fred Grant Square.2016-04-30T21:33:33-04:00
The Grey and Simcoe Foresters during the time of World War I.2016-04-21T09:25:11-04:00