Thousands of people across the country paused Saturday to think of fallen soldiers and mark Remembrance Day.
In Penticton Veterans, RCMP officers and cadets marched from the Okanagan Hockey Academy building, down Power Street to the Penticton Trade and Convention Centre.
Other residents observed a ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park.
All First World War veterans have passed and the average age of survivors of the Second World War is 93.
Premier John Horgan attended a ceremony in Langford, while Lieutenant-Governor Judith Guichon and Deputy Premier Carole James joined a large crowd at the legislature in Victoria.