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Published on July 02, 2009

Alan Curtis, from left, past president of P.E.I. Provincial Command, Royal Canadian Legion, Kelly Dawn Oliver, Deputy Mayor, Town of Alberton and Cst. Gavin Moore, West Prince RCMP display the cakes prepared for a dual celebration July 1 in Alberton. They were celebrating the 142 anniversary of the birth of Canada and the 65th anniversary of the Battle of Normandy. That battle, which started on June 6, 1944 with Canadian, British and American forces storming the beaches of Normandy, is considered the turning point in the Second World War.
Eric McCarthy/Journal Pioneer

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Megan Handrahan belts out the National Anthem during Canada Day flag-raising ceremonies in Alberton. Raising the flag is Alan Curtis, past provincial president of the Royal Canadian Legion. Cst. Gavin Moore, West Prince RCMP salutes.
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Three-year-old Wyatt Steele laughs for joy as he slides down an inflatable game during Canada Day celebrations at Greens' Shore. Colin MacLean Journal Pioneer

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Four-year-old Colton Steele was all smiles as he got ready to slide down an inflatable game during Canada Day celebrations. Colin MacLean Journal Pioneer

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Entertainer Michael Pendergast performs for some of his young fans during Canada Day celebrations at Greens' Shore.

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There are an infinite number of ways to show patriotism but nothing beats the old fashioned chalk on a sidewalk.

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Patriotism runs strong in the Powers family. Siblings Madelyne, left, and twin Madison, along with big brother Taylor showed off their Canadian colours on Wednesday.

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Hundreds of people congregated at Green's Shore for Canada Day celebrations yesterday. Colin MacLean Journal Pioneer

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Seven-year-old Breckum Weeks of Summerside wanted gets a patriotic red spider painted onto his forehead by Hayly Laybolt during Canada Day celebrations yesterday. Colin MacLean Journal Pioneer

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Looking cool and being patriotic don't always have to be mutually exclusive. This fellow was sporting his shades and a flag during Canada Day celebrations at Green's Shore yesterday. Colin MacLean Journal Pioneer

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Tim Gillis of Summerside was full of patriotic pride on Canada Day during celebrations at Spinnakers' Landing. Colin MacLean Journal Pioneer

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The official cutting of the cake ceremony in Summeside took place on the waterfront and was presided over by Gail Shea, federal minister of fisheries and oceans (fourth from left) and Summerside mayor Basil Stewart, helping out were, from left, Brianne Shea, Jillian Ramsay and Lindsay Cameron.

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Gail Shea (top left), federal minister of fisheries and oceans, cuts and hands out Canada Day cake during celebrations at Spinaker's Landing in Summerside. Colin MacLean Journal Pioneer

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Blair Laroche of Summerside was looking very patriotic on Canada Day as he partook in some celebratory cake. Colin MacLean Journal Pioneer.

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