Remembrance Day 2021
We encourage you to take time at home at 11am on November 11 to remember the sacrifice of Canada’s fallen soldiers and those who continue to work for peace worldwide.
We look forward to marking Remembrance Day in person in future years, but again this year, there will be no in-person, public ceremonies on the North Shore.
In addition to observing two minutes of silence in your home at 11am, here are other ways to honour those who have served our country:
- Visit the Canadian War Museum website to learn more about the men and women who sacrificed for the freedoms and peace we have today
- Discover more about Remembrance Day at the Royal Canadian Legion website
- Recognize National Aboriginal Veterans Day on November 8
- Pick up the November 10 issue of the North Shore News, which contains a Remembrance Day poster that you can display in a street-facing window in your home. The special feature in the newspaper also includes information on the 100th anniversary of the Remembrance Poppy in Canada.
- The North Shore Veterans Council will be streaming a ceremony online starting at 10:30am on November 11. Watch the ceremony.
- The National Remembrance Day Ceremony will be broadcast on TV and Facebook Live on November 11, starting live at 7:45am PST.
Thank you for staying home and staying safe this Remembrance Day.