The Province of Ontario held its official Remembrance Day Ceremony in front of the Veterans’ Memorial Wall in front of the Queen’s Park Legislature.
For Dalton McGuinty, this would be his final Remembrance Day address as Ontario Premier.
Ontario’s Ceremony of Remembrance, Queen’s Park, Toronto Canada, Remembrance Day, November 11 2012
Province of Ontario Queen’s Park Remembrance Day Ceremony.Sunday, November 11 2012.10:45 a.m.Queen’s Park, front lawn
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HiMY SYeD – Ontario’s Ceremony of Remembrance, Queen’s Park Toronto Remembrance Day November 11 2012himysyed
Sunrise ceremony silent sentry duty completed. Didn’t move for 70 min. Now on to Queen’s Park ceremony. Busy morning of Remembrance.Steve Fisher
Soldier’s Tower & Wall of Names of Students who fell, University of Toronto #RemembranceDay Ceremony http://twitpic.com/bcekqqHiMY SYeD
Office of the Premier, Dalton McGuinty | Honouring Our Soldiers At Remembrance ServiceOntario’s Ceremony of Remembrance service will take place on November 11 at 10:45 a.m. on the front lawn of the Main Legislative Building…
Ontarians Invited To Join Premier McGuinty At Queen’s Park Ceremony
Premier Dalton McGuinty is encouraging Ontarians to gather this Sunday at Queen’s Park to honour our veterans during Remembrance Day ceremonies.
Ontario’s Ceremony of Remembrance service will take place on November 11 at 10:45 a.m. on the front lawn of the Main Legislative Building at Queen’s Park. The ceremony recognizes the sacrifices and bravery of Canadian soldiers who served our nation in times of war, and during peace keeping missions, for nearly a century. The service includes a 21-gun salute, a youth pledge and the laying of the wreaths on the Veterans’ Memorial Wall.
People will have the opportunity to pin a poppy on the People’s Wreath to recognize the sacrifices made by our troops and give thanks for their extraordinary service. Two minutes of silence will be observed at 11 a.m.
Headed to Queen’s Park for #RemembranceDay. For my grandfather who served in WW11& for men & women who have immeasurable courage.Lindsay Maskell
Remembrance Day Ceremony at Queen’s Park. Lest We Forgetsheldon.mellis
On my way to cover the #RemembranceDay ceremony. Join me at Queen’s Park today to salute our veterans and troops. #fbFiona Y
Affecting Remembrance Day ceremonies all throughout Toronto today, from St. James to Old City Hall to Queen’s Park #lestweforgetKsenia V
On my way down to Queen’s park for Remembrance Day. Jordan looks precious in his uniform.Aranel Nostariel
94 Wellesley: Buses detour via Bay, College, St. George til 1 pm during Remembrance Day ceremonies at Queen’s Park. http://bit.ly/SbxhBWTransit Toronto
En route to #RemembranceDay ceremony at Queen’s Park. #onpoli #LestWeForgetDr. Eric Hoskins
Hearing bagpipes at Queen’s Park, preparations for the march. Remembering today. #lestweforgetArchie Wisco
"EYES FRONT", the veterans of the 48th Highlanders march past the 7th Toronto Regiment RCA Gunners, mostly Korean War and those that served on UN duties. I don’t believe there were any WWII Veterans there today, at least not marching. As a man of Dutch ancestry I give particular thanks to these veterans as they are part of just one of the many fine Canadian Regiments that liberated Holland directly. Thank you. #canada #veteran #service #soldier #army #48thhighlanders #igers #iphone #iphone4 #instaday #instahub #instagram #iphoneista #iphoneonly #instanation #instagrammer #infantry #soldier #vedaymvl12
Wearing a poppy? Leave it at a memorial site today like the Cenotaph at Old City Hall or Queen’s Park to remember those who fought for us.Melissa Grelo
At the veterans’ memorial at Queen’s Park today for #RemembranceDay. #onpoli #cdnpoli http://pic.twitter.com/x1rkaJEDZach Paikin
In front of the whitney block at queen’s park, awaiting start of remembrance day observances. http://yfrog.com/eswb9oqjSteve Paikin
Awaiting the beginning of the Queen’s Park #RemembranceDay ceremony. #onpoli http://pic.twitter.com/2wzskG3kZach Paikin
@Dalton_McGuinty has helped create an important tradition through the construction of the veterans’ monument here at Queen’s Park. #onpoliZach Paikin
Rememberance Day (@ Queen’s Park Veterans’ Memorial) http://4sq.com/Z9fzVwRob S.
Today I remember Thomas David Rose. My great-grandfather. (@ Queen’s Park w/ 5 others) http://4sq.com/TCwpbfGreg Arnold
I hear the cannons at Queen’s Park. #RemembranceDayJeffrey
Crowd gathers at veterans’ memorial at queen’s park. #onpoli #lestweforget http://yfrog.com/kf6zhehjSteve Paikin
At the Queen’s Park Remembrance Day ceremony. http://pic.twitter.com/jsWPRs7SColin Le Fevre
Pretty big crow gathered for Remembrance Day ceremony at Queen’s Park – I’ll have more on @680News http://pic.twitter.com/ZmvKkHWMKris McCusker
A fabulous day to walk from Koerner Hall down Philosophers Walk to Queen’s Park for Remembrance day service.Beer Lovers Tour Co.
At Queen’s Park for #remembranceday with @igniobstare #lestweforget http://pic.twitter.com/ABt5jpTkMia Eng
At Queen’s Park waiting for the Memorial to begin. http://pic.twitter.com/7JbTpM8KAlice Walter
Howitzers at Queen’s Park http://instagr.am/p/R5PBe3FJ0m/Archie Wisco
@migrantp in Toronto they aimed the guns at Queen’s Park directly at my apartment.Andrew Burke
Laying of wreaths now happening at Old City Hall & Queen’s Park. Watch here http://citynews.ca/live. #lestweforgetCityNews Toronto
Queen’s Park is never more beautiful than on remembrance day. The vets, a respectful public. #onpoli http://yfrog.com/mopnnqkjSteve Paikin
Dalton McGuinty’s Final #RemembranceDay Address as Ontario Premier. #onpoli http://twitpic.com/bcelefHiMY SYeD
The "gunners at work" remembering those that have served and fallen. Thank you. #remembrance #rca #artillery #canada #service #soldier #igers #iphone #iphone4 #instaday #instahub #instagram #iphoneista #iphoneonly #instanation #instagrammer #armymvl12
I hear the cannons at Queen’s Park. #RemembranceDayJeffrey
Took this photo today at Queen’s Park #RemembranceDay ceremonies in #Toronto. #lestweforget http://pic.twitter.com/IaHvsrOGJeremy Diamond
Toronto City Councillors Paul Ainslie (Ward 43), Shelley Carroll (Ward 33), Kristyn Wong-Tam (Ward 27) were the panel discussion moderated by community member, Claire Crossley.
It was live-tweeted by @PaisleyRae.
This panel offered insights into how these particular Toronto Councillors use social media to engage with the community both inside & outside Toronto City Hall. This discussion concluded with a Q & A with the Councillors.
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