Nathan Cirillo’s death brought out thousands more in Ottawa on Nov. 11. As Maclean’s Ottawa bureau chief John Geddes reported, the turnout may have been the biggest since the National War Memorial was dedicated in 1939. Geddes spoke to many who made their way to the ceremony. You can follow this link to his moving sketch.
In the time-lapse video below, the morning as it was captured by videographer John Rathwell: