Remembrance Day: A Day to Remember Our Canadian Heroes.

Remember those who served. All gave some, some gave all.

Remembrance Day is a sacred day in Canadian history. Canadians recognize Remembrance Day, originally called Armistice Day, every November 11th at 11:00 a.m. It marks the end of hostilities during the First World War and an opportunity to recall all those who had served in the nation’s defense.

Participate in the Act of Remembrance.

By remembering, we pay tribute to members of the Canadian Armed Forces and RCMP who served to defend our values and freedoms. We also honor those who continue to serve our country today.

Here is where you can participate in the Remembrance Day Ceremonies graciously hosted by the Legions of Northumberland County:

Alderville First Nations | Nov 5th, 11:00AM | Alderville Community Centre to Cenotaph

Brighton Legion Brighton | Nov 11th, 11:00AM | Brighton Cenotaph

Campbellford | Nov 11th 10:45AM | Campbellford Cenotaph, 101 Queen St

Canton | November 11th, 1:45PM | Canton Cenotapah, 5325 CTY Rd 10

Cobourg | November 11, 11:00AM | Victoria Park Cenotaph, 138 Division St

Colborne | November 11th, 11AM | Victoria Square by Cenotaph

Cold Springs | November 11th, 11AM | 3844 Burnham St N

Grafton | November 11th, 11AM | Grafton Cenotaph, 10766 County Rd 2 

Hastings | November 11th, 10:30AM | 10610 Front St

Hiawatha First Nations | November 8th, 5:30PM | 431 Hiawatha Line

Newcastle | November 11th, 10:30AM | Newcastle Cenotaph, 72 King Ave W

Newtonville | November 4th, 10:30AM | Newtonville Cenotaph, 4499 Durham Regional Hwy

Norwood | November 11, 11:00AM | Norwood Cenotaph, 42 Ridge St

Orono | November 5th, 1:15PM | Orono Cenotaph | Rebekah Hall

Keene | November 11th, 11:00AM |NW corner of Heritage line and CTY rd 2

Port Hope | November 11, 11:00AM | Port Hope Cenotaph

Westwood | November 11, 9:00AM | 350-302 Centre Line, Hastings

We thank those who served, those who continue to serve,

and those we lost.