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The Quyon Canada Day committee poses for a picture after the ceremonial flag raising on June 30. From left: Ryan Woermke, Wayne Ramsay, Lindsay Hamilton, Sue Chabot, André Fortin and Brenda Clarke.

Chris Lowrey
QUYON June 30, 2017
Every year the town of Quyon takes pride in its Canada Day celebrations, but this year was something special.
The Quyon Canada Day organizing committee has been spending months making sure this year’s installment was the best yet, which they accomplished in spades.
With the Quyon JamFest taking place over the long weekend, Quyon usually has its celebrations on the day before Canada Day, allowing residents to enjoy other activities on the big day.
The Canada Day parade started out from Onslow Elementary and wound its way down Clarendon Road and turned up Ferry Road where it ended at the Quyon Lions Hall.

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