Michael Tibollo MPP Vaughan-Woodbridge to Honour our Heroes with a Moment of Silence

Published on November 08, 2018

Public Invited to Join Ceremony of Remembrance at Woodbridge Cenotaph


Ontarians are invited to attend a Remembrance Day ceremony to honour the courage and sacrifice of the members of the Canadian Armed Forces, who served, and continue to serve, Canada in times of war and conflict.

“We ask members of the Canadian Armed Forces to serve our country at great risk to their own personal safety,” said Michael Tibollo MPP Vaughan-Woodbridge. “We’re now asking Ontarians to seek out a Remembrance Day ceremony in their community and take a moment of silence to honour that sacrifice.”

Vaughan-Woodbridge’s Ceremony of Remembrance will be held on November 11th at 80 Wallace Street in Woodbridge. MPP Michael Tibollo will join Royal Canadian Legion Local 414 and veterans to show support for our men and women in uniform.

“From the World Wars to modern day conflicts, members of the Canadian armed forces put their lives on the line to defend our values and freedoms,” said Michael Tibollo, who is also the Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport. “We encourage all Ontarians to take part in Remembrance Day ceremonies to show gratitude and respect for their service and sacrifice.”  

The ceremony begins at 11am and will include  a moment of silence, a reading of ‘In Flanders Fields’, Various community leaders will be present and speak to tribute all those who have sacrificed for the betterment of our society and lay wreaths in tribute.

Visit Ontario.ca/RemembranceDay to find a Remembrance Day ceremony near you. 



Video honouring members of the Canadian Armed Forces.

Queen’s Park Remembrance Day ceremony