Tomorrow Canadians will pause again to commemorate the war time sacrifices, past and present, of members of the armed forces and civilians.
Local Remembrance Day Ceremonies are scheduled to begin at 10:00am, with the annual parade which will head down 100th street to 103rd avenue and then over to 102nd street and back to the Legion. Any organization is welcome to participate in the parade and is asked to be in front of the legion by 9:50am.
The Parade will be followed by the traditional ceremonies at the cenotaph in the Legion parking lot and, then the annual service at the Legion hall. The remainder of the day will be full of socializing in the Legion lounge, including games, a supper and dance. Of course the entire day is open to the public and are encouraged to attend this important day of Remembrance.
As in past years, Moose-FM Radio will present a two hour special Remembrance Day program beginning at 9am and, followed by the traditional two minutes silence at 11.
Other Northeast BC Remembrance Day Services
A Church Service is scheduled for 10am, which will be followed by a traditional service at 11am. There will also be a reception at the Community Hall after 11am
A service will take place at Unchaga Hall starting at 10:30am. The service will include a minute of silence at 11am, the Kiwanis Band, the Legion Colour Guard and the RCMP;
The community will gather starting at 10:45am at the Hudson’s Hope Cenotaph. Following the service, refreshments will be available at the Community Hall. There will also be a dinner at 6pm that evening.
Starting at 10am, a march will take place from the Legion to the High School. A service will follow at 10:40am
The service is planned for 10:45am at the Pouce Coupe Legion at 10:45am with an event to follow later in the day from 6pm to 8pm
The map below shows the route of the Remembrance Day Parade in Fort St. John
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