A look at the Remembrance Day ceremonies that took place in Cloverdale on Saturday, Nov. 11th. (Twitter/@cdnsue)

PHOTOS & VIDEOS: Looking at Remembrance Day 2017 in Surrey

Some photos and videos from those who attended Remembrance Day events in Surrey

Remembrance Day is a vital time for everyone in Canada to take a moment and give thanks to those who fought for our country.

The days of World War I, World War II, and the Vietnam War entrench themselves deeper into the history books. It means that many of us were never affected by war.

For that, we must be thankful.

There were many events going on around Surrey on Saturday, and crowds went out to show their thanks and appreciation. Here’s a look at some photos and videos online of those who attended Remembrance Day ceremonies.

"Lest We Forget" Remembrance Day parade in Cloverdale. #surreybc #remembranceday #CFSEUBC #lestweforget

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