Where to ‘remember’ across Ontario

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Photo: Tyson Lautenschlager (2015)

Remembrance Day has been recognized in Canada since the early 1930s. It’s a day where Canadians can come together, and remember the men and women who gave their lives in the First World War to serve for their country.

Most communities in Ontario have at least one Remembrance Day ceremony. Many of Ontario’s bigger cities such as Toronto and Ottawa have several, but how is one supposed to know which Remembrance Day ceremony is best? Maybe you’re looking for something new, something unique and different. Maybe you’re looking for something traditional, or maybe you’re looking for the most popular ceremonies.

Whether you’re looking to go off the beaten path, or you just want to know where the best ceremonies are to honour Canada’s heroes, look no further.

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