Remembrance Day ceremonies will occur at 11 am on Sat 11 Nov.
Everyone is invited to come to the Legion afterwards for free hot soup/chili and a chance to meet our veterans.
Take the time to examine one of the largest military medal collections in Eastern Ontario with medals awarded to local soldiers dating from 1866 to the present day. Honour the more than 110,000 Canadians, including 84 local men, who lost their lives in the cause of freedom
Remembrance Day parade will form up in the parking lot off Pine Street behind the Gananoque Legion with the parade marching off at 11:45 am
Poppy Day is Sat 4 Nov. We need your help to make it a success. The funds collected support needy veterans, 492 Cadet Corps, local charities such the Brockville General Hospital and other worthwhile organizations. There is a sign-up board in the entrance area of the Legion leading to the bar.
Shifts are 10 am to 11:30, 11:30 am to 1 pm, and 1 pm to 2:30 pm. No uniform is required.
Wearing of Poppies begin on 27 October 2017
Wear it proudly,
11 November 2017,
RCL Br. 92 Gananoque
Corporal Nathan Carrillo (on left ) at ceremonial guard duty Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
Remembering the Battle of Vimy Ridge
The Vimy memorial lists the names of almost 12,000 Canadian soldiers killed in France during the First World War who have no known graves
Canadian Military Cemetery, Groesbeek, the Netherlands contains the graves of 2,338 Canadian soldiers including local men Private Bernard Sanders and Lieutenant Paul Sampson.