Remembrance Day ceremonies taking place across the region

Parade in Barrie from Dunlop/Muclaster to the Cenotaph for wreath laying

Canadians from coast to coast will stop and pause at 11 a.m. on Remembrance Day to observe a moment of silence to honour the valour, courage and sacrifice of those who have served–and continue to serve–Canada during times of war and peace.

There are ceremonies taking place locally:

Alliston—11 a.m.—Cenotaph—Paris and Albert Streets

Angus—11 a.m.—15 Fraser Street

Barrie—10:45 a.m.—Parade Dunlop/Mulcaster to Cenotaph, Memorial Square for ceremony and wreath-laying

Beaverton—11 a.m.—Cenotaph, 397 Simcoe Street

CFB Borden—10 a.m.—Legion Hall, 20 Ortona Road

Bracebridge—10:30 a.m.—Memorial Park, 130 Manitoba Street

Bradford-West Gwillimbury—10:30 a.m.-Bradford Legion #521—115 Back Street

Brechin—10:50 a.m.—Brechin Mara Legion—2146 Concession 4

Coldwater—10:30 a.m.—Royal Canadian Legion 270—2 Michael Anne Drive

Collingwood—11:00 a.m.—The Collingwood Cenotaph—St.Paul Street

Creemore—11:00 a.m.—27 Wellington Street

East Gwillimbury—10:30 a.m.—Civic Centre, 1900 Leslie Street

Elmvale—11:00 a.m.—RCLB 262, 7 John Street

Innisfil—10:45 a.m.—Innisfil Community Remembrance Day Service— Innisfil Town Hall, 21010 Innisfil Beach Road

Keswick—11:a.m.—Stephen Leacock Theatre—130 Gwendolyn Blvd

Midland—10:30 a.m.—Remembrance Day Commemoration—Cenotaph, King Street

New Lowell—11:a.m.—5357 County Road 9

Orillia—10:45 a.m.—Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Cenotaph—170 Colborne Street West

Penetanguishene—10:30 a.m.—Memorial Park, 121 Main Street

Stayner—11:a.m.—Stayner Cenotaph, 217 Gideon Street