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Remembrance Day marks the conclusion of fighting during the First World War and is honoured as a day to reflect and be grateful for the Canadians who have given their lives fighting for their country. Beyond wearing a red poppy and observing two minutes of silence on Nov. 11 at 11 a.m., there are many ways people can pay their respects.
Here is a list of ceremonies being held in the city tomorrow:
TMU Remembrance Day Ceremony
Toronto Old City Hall – Cenotaph
60 Queen St. W
Fort York National Historic Site
Garrison Commons – 100 Garrison Rd.
Scarborough War Memorial
2190 Kingston Road
East York Ceremony
East York Civic Centre – Memorial Gardens
850 Coxwell Ave
York Civic Centre Cenotaph
2700 Eglinton Avenue West
North York Ceremony
Meridian Arts Centre – George Weston Recital Hall
5040 Yonge St. (formerly Toronto Centre for the Arts)
Etobicoke Civic Centre – Cenotaph
399 The West Mall
The CN Tower will be lit up red and white for Remembrance Day and TTC service will stop for two minutes at 11 a.m.