Sober Remembrance Day ceremony impresses young Inuk

This year marks the 100-year anniversary of the First World War battle of Passchendaele in Belgium and an Inuk from Nunavut had a front-row seat for the Remembrance Day ceremony.

Producer InFocus / Winnipeg

Beverly is a member of the Tootinaowaziibeeng First Nation in Manitoba. She has worked in media for over a decade, including broadcast, film and the arts. She joined APTN in January 2017 from Regina, SK where she was a video journalist for CTV and Indigenous Circle.

2 thoughts on “Sober Remembrance Day ceremony impresses young Inuk

  1. My great-uncle, Private Benjamin Smith, was killed at Passchendaele on November 14, 1917. He was a Saulteaux from the St. Peter’s reserve in Manitoba. He fought with the 43rd Battalion, from Winnipeg. His name is on the Menin Gate Wall, and we will never forget his sacrifice. Thank you.

  2. My great-uncle, Private Benjamin Smith, was killed at Passchendaele on November 14, 1917. He was a Saulteaux from the St. Peter’s reserve in Manitoba. He fought with the 43rd Battalion, from Winnipeg. His name is on the Menin Gate Wall, and we will never forget his sacrifice. Thank you.

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