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March 2nd, 2014
March 2nd, 2014

Annual Mariners' Service - 2014

On Sunday,  March 2 2014, the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary Central and Arctic attended the St Paulīs Anglican Church annual Marinerīs service in Point Edward Ontario.  The Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary Central and Arctic Honour Guard marched in the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary Colours for this symbolic ceremony.  The Reverend Kristen Oliver said the service is the symbolic start to shipping navigation on the Great Lakes.  Photos courtesy of Richard Dompierre

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