Attend a Remembrance Day ceremony in Etobicoke

WhatsOn Oct 30, 2017 by Toronto Newsroom Etobicoke Guardian

Etobicoke has several Remembrance Day ceremonies open to the public on Saturday, Nov. 11, as follows:

• Lakeshore Legion Branch 344 (1395 Lake Shore Blvd. W.) holds its ceremony at 12:30 p.m. in front of the branch.

• Veterans, city officials and residents will gather at the Etobicoke Civic Centre cenotaph for a Remembrance Day service at 399 The West Mall at Burnhamthorpe Road at 10:15 a.m. The cenotaph is at the back of the building adjacent to Hwy. 427.

• Flight Lieutenant David Hornell Branch 643 (110 Jutland Rd.) holds its ceremony at 10:30 a.m. in front of the branch.

• Royal Canadian Legion Branch 101 (3850 Lake Shore Blvd. W.) holds its ceremony at 10:30 a.m. in front of the branch near the Long Branch GO Station.

• A Remembrance Day ceremony will take place at the Vimy Ridge Memorial (28 Queens Ave.) at 2 p.m.

Veterans, their companions and currently-serving members of the Canadian military may ride the GO Train or GO Bus and the TTC for free on Nov. 11.

Veterans and currently-serving Canadian military members are asked to identify themselves by wearing their service medals, beret, blazer or uniform while travelling.

Immediate family members of deceased veterans may also ride GO for free if they carry their late veteran’s service papers or identification card.

Attend a Remembrance Day ceremony in Etobicoke

WhatsOn Oct 30, 2017 by Toronto Newsroom Etobicoke Guardian

Etobicoke has several Remembrance Day ceremonies open to the public on Saturday, Nov. 11, as follows:

• Lakeshore Legion Branch 344 (1395 Lake Shore Blvd. W.) holds its ceremony at 12:30 p.m. in front of the branch.

• Veterans, city officials and residents will gather at the Etobicoke Civic Centre cenotaph for a Remembrance Day service at 399 The West Mall at Burnhamthorpe Road at 10:15 a.m. The cenotaph is at the back of the building adjacent to Hwy. 427.

• Flight Lieutenant David Hornell Branch 643 (110 Jutland Rd.) holds its ceremony at 10:30 a.m. in front of the branch.

• Royal Canadian Legion Branch 101 (3850 Lake Shore Blvd. W.) holds its ceremony at 10:30 a.m. in front of the branch near the Long Branch GO Station.

• A Remembrance Day ceremony will take place at the Vimy Ridge Memorial (28 Queens Ave.) at 2 p.m.

Veterans, their companions and currently-serving members of the Canadian military may ride the GO Train or GO Bus and the TTC for free on Nov. 11.

Veterans and currently-serving Canadian military members are asked to identify themselves by wearing their service medals, beret, blazer or uniform while travelling.

Immediate family members of deceased veterans may also ride GO for free if they carry their late veteran’s service papers or identification card.

Attend a Remembrance Day ceremony in Etobicoke

WhatsOn Oct 30, 2017 by Toronto Newsroom Etobicoke Guardian

Etobicoke has several Remembrance Day ceremonies open to the public on Saturday, Nov. 11, as follows:

• Lakeshore Legion Branch 344 (1395 Lake Shore Blvd. W.) holds its ceremony at 12:30 p.m. in front of the branch.

• Veterans, city officials and residents will gather at the Etobicoke Civic Centre cenotaph for a Remembrance Day service at 399 The West Mall at Burnhamthorpe Road at 10:15 a.m. The cenotaph is at the back of the building adjacent to Hwy. 427.

• Flight Lieutenant David Hornell Branch 643 (110 Jutland Rd.) holds its ceremony at 10:30 a.m. in front of the branch.

• Royal Canadian Legion Branch 101 (3850 Lake Shore Blvd. W.) holds its ceremony at 10:30 a.m. in front of the branch near the Long Branch GO Station.

• A Remembrance Day ceremony will take place at the Vimy Ridge Memorial (28 Queens Ave.) at 2 p.m.

Veterans, their companions and currently-serving members of the Canadian military may ride the GO Train or GO Bus and the TTC for free on Nov. 11.

Veterans and currently-serving Canadian military members are asked to identify themselves by wearing their service medals, beret, blazer or uniform while travelling.

Immediate family members of deceased veterans may also ride GO for free if they carry their late veteran’s service papers or identification card.