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The Cenotaph, erected in the St. Norbert Cemetery, was an over-grown, long forgotten homage to the thirteen men who fought and died in World War I and who were connected to the St. Norbert area.

In 2008, Art Bloomfield, long-time St. Norbert resident, took a closer look at the overgrown monument while walking his young grandson to preschool. Soon after, he and his family made it their personal mission to ensure that the cenotaph and those thirteen men whose names are etched in stone were forgotten no more.

Celebrate and honour these men at the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month.

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2020 Virtual Service

Thank you to all who joined us for our virtual Remembrance Day service
on November 11th, 2020 at 10:45 AM to honour the
fallen soldiers commemorated on the cenotaph in the St. Norbert Cemetery.

This virtual service is available for anyone who would like to watch it still (or again).
Please be sure to share this with your family and friends, near and far.

Be sure to check out the words of thanks from some
of the members of our community and beyond.

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