Remembrance Day commemorations on North Vancouver Island

North Island Remembrance Day events by community.

  • Nov. 8, 2012 6:00 a.m.

Alert Bay

Meet at the Legion Hall at 10:30 a.m. for service, address and laying of wreaths. Free lunch and desserts provided by the Legion Auxiliary.

Event includes appearance by the North Island 101 Squadron.

Port Alice

Muster at the arena at 10:30 a.m. for parade to the Legion Hall and ceremony including laying of wreaths.

Following ceremony, lunch will be on offer in the Hall, including free hot dogs and ice cream for kids.

Port Hardy

There will be no march from the liquor store parking lot. Instead, participants are asked to assemble at the Carrot Park cenotaph for wreath-laying and commemoration ceremony. Lunch and fellowship at Legion Hall after ceremony.

Port McNeill

Those wishing to march in the parade must be at the Legion Hall by 10 a.m. Parade leaves at 10:38 for the cenotaph and wreath-laying ceremony. Free hot dogs and cocoa for kids at NISS and lunch for adults at the Legion Hall afterward.

 

 

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