Remembrance Day

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Remembrance               Day

It's difficult, in present day, to imagine the trenches of World War One, the air raids of the Second World War, and even the fear of a Cold War reigniting. And yet each year, it is our duty to take a moment to thank those who donned our nations uniform so that we could live in a country where we are free.

It is our duty to remember so that we do not repeat history. So that we don't have to fight the way Canadians not so long ago fought to protect our freedoms that we cherish so dearly today. 

With COVID-19, these acts of remembrance will look differently than they have in previous years. Below, you can find a list of Remembrance Day Ceremonies in Battle River-Crowfoot that are open to the public. These ceremonies have been modified to ensure public health guidelines are followed while making it possible for people are able to pay their respects to our fallen. 


Ceremonies in Battle River-Crowfoot

The communities of Amisk, Hughenden, Czar and Metiskow will be hosting a joint service at the Hughenden Hall, beginning at 10:30 AM on November 11th. Following the service, there will be a walk to the cenotaph to lay wreaths.

The Big Valley Legion will host a service in the Big Valley Community Hall beginning at 11 AM on November 11th.

Holden 02-056 is holding an in-person ceremony and wreath laying at the Holden Cenotaph beginning at 10:50 AM.

Acadia #208 in Oyen will host a service at 10:30 AM with a potluck to follow.

Tofield will have a Remembrance Day service at the Tofield Community Hall at 11 AM. It is recommended that any attendees be seated by 10:45. There will be a parade leaving the Legion at 10:30 AM for the march past the Cenotaph, arriving at the Community Hall just before 11 AM.

Daysland No. 82 will be holding an indoor Remembrance Day ceremony in the Daysland Community Hall on November 11th, beginning at 10:30 AM. Following the service, there will be lunch and entertainment compliments of the Daysland Legion.