Remembrance Day in the Hammer


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It’s that time of year again, when we don our red poppies and give our respect for those that gave up their lives for us to be where we are.

There are various events happening in Hamilton to honour the peace bought at the price of World War I.

The downtown Hamilton commemoration services will take place at Hamilton City Hall and LIUNA Station. The public is invited to join veterans at these services and parades. Details are below: 

Sunday, November 9

Downtown Hamilton  

Parade – 10:15am, John Foote V.C. Armouries to Liuna Station, 360 James Street North

Service – 10:45am, LIUNA Station, 360 James Street North

Glanbrook – 2:00pm 

Glanbrook Cenotaph 

Glanbrook Arena, 4300 Binbrook Road

West Hamilton – 11:45am

West Hamilton Cenotaph, 134 Emerson Street

Tuesday, November 11

Downtown Hamilton – 10:45am

City Hall Forecourt, 71 Main Street West

Ancaster – 10:30am

Old Town Hall, 310 Wilson Street East

Dundas Parade & Service – 10:30am

Dundas Cenotaph 

Dundas Community Centre, 10 Market Street

Stoney Creek Parade & Service – 10:45am

Stoney Creek Cenotaph, King Street and Highway 8

Waterdown – 10:45am

Royal Canadian Legion Waterdown Branch 551, 79 Hamilton Street North

Mount Hope – 10:30am  

Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, 9280 Airport Road

Lynden – 10:30am

Royal Canadian Legion

Beverly Branch 500, Lynden Legion Park, 206 Lynden Road

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 163 – 10:30 am

435 Limeridge Road East

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