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November 7, 2018
Media walkthrough for Remembrance Day ceremony at Old City Hall
The City of Toronto is hosting several Remembrance Day ceremonies on Sunday, November 11 to honour Canadian veterans for their courage and sacrifice while serving their country during times of war, military conflict and peace. Mayor John Tory will deliver remarks as part of the ceremony at Old City Hall and 250 members of the 32 Brigade and HMCS York will witness the ceremony following a Canadian Armed Forces parade from Union Station.

The City will host a walkthrough on Friday for television camera crews and photographers.

Date: Friday, November 9
Time: 11 a.m.
Location: Cenotaph, Old City Hall, 60 Queen St. W.

Remembrance Day services will also be held at the following locations on Sunday: East York Civic Centre, Etobicoke Civic Centre, Fort York National Historic Site, Toronto Centre for the Arts (North York service) and York Civic Centre.

The Old City Hall service will be broadcast via livestream on the City's YouTube channel at

Earlier this week, Mayor Tory proclaimed Remembrance Week in Toronto from November 5 to 11. More information about Remembrance Week events is available at

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