This year, we commemorate Remembrance Week, which runs from November 5-11th. This is a time for Torontonians to reflect on those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country and honour all Canadians who have fought and continue to serve in the Canadian Forces.
Throughout this week, including Remembrance Day, the City will offer various virtual and in person programming initiatives including Remembrance Day Ceremonies, Indigenous Veterans Day, and a social media campaign. Residents are welcome to attend one of the City’s Remembrance Day services or watch the livestream of the Remembrance Day ceremony at Old City Hall on the City’s YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/thecityoftoronto. Below is a list of Remembrance Day ceremonies happening in the City.
Remembrance Day Ceremonies – Friday, November 11, 2022 (starting at 10:45 am)
- Old City Hall
- East York Civic Centre
- Etobicoke Civic Centre
- Fort York National Historic Site
- Meridian Arts Centre, George Weston Recital Hall
- Scarborough War Memorial (at Danforth and Kingston roads)
- York Civic Centre
For more information, please visit Toronto Remembers – City of Toronto to learn about the City’s commemorations and discover stories from Toronto’s veterans.