Lieutenant Governor Attending Orangeville's Remembrance Day Ceremony

Oct 28th, 2019
By rwhelan

The Hon. Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, will make an official visit to Orangeville, to attend the Remembrance Day ceremonies in Alexandra Park (north of Town Hall). She will join the November 11 ceremonies and will be escorted to the cenotaph by Mayor Sandy Brown and Legion President Barry Kimber. As the Crown's representative in Ontario, the Lieutenant Governor exercises constitutional powers and promotes a strong and positive civic community. 

The Remembrance Day ceremony starts with a parade by Royal Canadian Legion Branch 233, from 7 John Street to Alexandra Park, escorted by the Orangeville Police Service. A moment's silence follows at 11 a.m.

View the Town of Orangeville's News Release here.