Remembrance Day ceremonies from Pickering to Beaverton

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Published November 11, 2022 at 10:45 am

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Tanks and military vehicles from the Ontario Regiment Museum will parade through downtown Oshawa this morning before finishing at the cenotaph at Memorial Park, just one of many Remembrance Day ceremonies in Durham Region today.

Pickering’s ceremonies will be held at One The Esplanade, next to City Hall, with the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 606 parading from the Chestnut Hill Recreation Complex to the cenotaph.

Ajax’s ceremony will be outside the Legion Branch 322 on Hunt Street while Whitby has three sites for the public to choose from: downtown at the cenotaph on Dundas St. E, in Brooklin at the Community Centre and Library and at Intrepid Park on Boundary Road – this one hosted by the Canadian Armed Forces.

Clarington also has three ceremonies. Bowmanville will have their annual parade ending at Veterans’ Square on Temperance Street; Newcastle is holding its service at the cenotaph on King St. E and White Cliff Terrace is holding a ceremony as well.

Uxbridge’s Remembrance Day ceremony will be at Township Hall, while the Blackstock Lion’s Club will have a service at the recreation centre before moving to the cenotaph.

Brock will host three ceremonies: in Cannington, Sunderland and Beaverton.

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