VANIER STUDENTS LEAD HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE CEREMONY AT CITY HALL
May 12, 2005

Students who participated in the recent 2005 Trip for Tolerance were front and center at a special ceremony attended by Mayor Gérald Tremblay and a host of other dignitaries held on the steps of City Hall. The poignant service include the reading of names of people who perished during the Holocaust.


PHOTOS TAKEN AT THE EVENT


The ceremony was well attended by local television and print media.


Vanier students begin reading names of Holocaust victims.


Name reading continues. Mayor Gérald Tremblay is seen just behind B'nai Brith sign.


Mayor Tremblay takes his turn naming Holocaust victims.


Afterwards, Mayor Tremblay is interviewed by Global's Raymond Filion.



VANIER STUDENT PARTICIPANTS


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