© Nigel Armstrong - The Guardian - The annual Holocaust Memorial service was held Monday, April 28 in Charlottetown. Remembering the more than six million murdered Jews with six candles and one more candle for the estimated four to five million other murdered civilians during the Second World War are, from left, Rosalie Simeone, master of ceremonies, Leo Mednick of the Jewish Community of P.E.I. and Kim Dormaar. After lighting the candles they continued the commemoration by selecting notes from a wicker basket, each bearing the name, age and hometown of a victim, then placing it under a stone.
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