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Here is how City of Brampton Mourned the Queen

Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-serving monarch is now laid to rest. The world is mourning her demise and this is how Brampton observed the Queen’s legacy.

Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-serving monarch is now laid to rest. The world is mourning her demise and this is how Brampton observed the Queen’s legacy.

A community candlelight vigil at the steps of City Hall in Ken Whillans Square was hosted at 8 p.m., on Sunday. After which, the Mayor of Brampton, Patrick Brown tweeted, “We had an elegant community candlelight vigil tonight at #Brampton City Hall in memory of Queen Elizabeth II. #QueenElizabethII

Monday morning, at 6 a.m., the city broadcasted the funeral in Garden Square. The Brampton transit vehicles observed a moment of silence and paused the service for 96 seconds in order to honor to 96 years of Queen Elizabeth II.

At 10:55 a.m., the local branches of the Royal Canadian Legion held a service of remembrance.

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A ceremony was hosted at the Memorial Square Cenotaph in Ken Whilland Square by the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 15.

Residents of the city, who are wanted to pay their respects have been invited to sign a condolence book online, or in the city hall atrium.

Premier of Ontario Dough Ford tweeted, “Today, we’re encouraging everyone to observe a moment of silence at 1:00 p.m. to reflect on the remarkable life and legacy of service of Queen Elizabeth II. Please join me in paying tribute to the countless contributions of our former Monarch.”

 

Prabhnoor Kaur

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