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CRANBROOK, British Columbia – (LifeSiteNews) – A Canadian war monument in the small city of Cranbrook, British Columbia (B.C.) was defaced with a disrespectful pro-vaccine message only hours before the city was to conduct a Remembrance Day ceremony last week.

Cranbrook’s 31-year-old “Wall of Honour” Cenotaph was marred with the words spray painted in green, “the real heroes are the vaccinated!”

According to a Global News report, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) in Cranbrook were made aware of the vandalized Cenotaph at about 7 a.m. local time on November 11, which is Remembrance Day in Canada.

In a statement issued later in the day, Cranbrook city officials said they were “beyond disappointed by the disrespectful actions of those responsible for defacing such an important monument on such an important day for all Canadians.”

“We are grateful to the member of the community that alerted us of the vandalism early this morning,” the city said.

“This act does not speak to the character and values of our citizens and our community.”

With the assistance of firefighters and city workers, the “Wall of Honour” was cleaned up in time for the day’s Remembrance Day ceremony “honouring all our veterans, past and present for their selfless sacrifice,” the city said.

Cranbrook RCMP said they are investigating the act of vandalism to the “Wall of Honour.”

Remembrance Day in Canada honors all veterans who fought in many wars, including the Boer War, the First and Second World Wars, the Korean Conflict, and peacekeeping efforts.

Cranbrook’s “Wall of Honour” contains all the names of local people who served in various conflicts over the past 100 years.

According to the “Wall of Honour” website, when unveiled in 1990, the war memorial was blessed by Father Yaroslav Dowbush of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in Cranbrook. Dowbush said while blessing it, “Protect this North American continent and especially British Columbia and Cranbrook.”

Letters from the Minister of Defence as well as the then-Premier of B.C. Premier Bill Vander Zalm were read at the memorial’s unveiling.

Interestingly, Vander Zalm, who resigned as B.C. Premier in 1991, recently warned that  the “end game” from the COVID virus and jab mandates seems to be a “Great Reset” that will lead to a type of global communistic order.

Also, the B.C. government has been fighting a public battle with many healthcare workers in the province who have chosen not to get COVID injections. This no doubt has fueled tensions between the jabbed against the un-jabbed.

The B.C. provincial government had to acknowledge that it created a medical staffing shortage after placing more than 4,000 healthcare professionals on leave because they chose not to get the COVID jabs.

Healthcare workers in British Columbia have until today to be jabbed or be fired from their jobs. This will no doubt negatively affect the healthcare system capacity come next summer’s fire season.

The COVID-19 injections approved for emergency use in Canada, including the Pfizer jab for ages 12 and up, all have connections to cells derived from aborted babies. All four have also been associated with severe side effects such as blood clots, rashes, miscarriages, and even heart attacks in young, healthy men.