Locals celebrate Canada Day

Terrace citizens celebrated Canada Day today with a firefighter's pancake breakfast and the annual event at Heritage Park Museum.

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First two photos are from the celebrations at Heritage Park Museum. Above is Koltyn McDougall, 11, plunging into the dunk tank. McDougall bravely entered the dunk tank after no one would volunteer because of the cold weather.

Bottom three photos are from the annual firefighters’ pancake breakfast.

First is firefighters Jason Arsenault, Andrew Johnstone, and Rich Olson serve up a celebration pancake breakfast to Stan Nicklie and daughter Erilyn.

Second is Dennis Herbison from Terrace and a friend Karen Parker from Prince Rupert enjoy the firefighters Canada Day breakfast.

Third is Ty Griffin, 4, and sister Grace, 7, check out the emergency vehicles on display at the firemen’s Canada Day breakfast.

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