Remembrance Day Ceremonies

There will be a Remembrance Day Ceremony taking place on Friday November 10th at 10:40 am in the Laurier Concourse in Waterloo. The itinerary is as follows:

Introduction from the History Students’ Association Vice President, Academic (Braeden Suggitt)
Address from the History Students’ Association President (Cameron Baer)
Reading of “In Flanders Fields” (English)  (David McMurray, Vice President, Student Affairs)
Reading of “In Flanders Fields” (French)  (Stephanie Plante, WLU History Students’ Association Vice President, Social)
War & Memory (Dr. Roger Sarty, WLU Department of History)
Moment of Silence
Closing Remarks

Thank you to those speaking at the event and to the WLU History Students’ Association and the Students’ Union for organizing.

Other Remembrance Day Ceremonies:

The City of Brantford services marking Remembrance Day will take place at the Cenotaph at the corner of Brant Avenue & Dalhousie Street at 11:00 am on Saturday, November 11:

The City of Waterloo Remembrance Day Ceremony details for Saturday, November 11: