Here are some ways for Burnaby residents to observe Remembrance Day. (Shutterstock)

Remembrance Day ceremonies in Burnaby

Here are all of the Remembrance Day ceremonies you can attend in Burnaby to remember and reflect on Nov. 11

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November 7, 2022 | 5:00 am

On Remembrance Day we honour those who gave their lives to serve our country, and Burnaby residents are encouraged to wear poppies. Here are some ceremonies happening in Burnaby on Nov. 11. If you’re not able to attend you’re still encouraged to pause and reflect at 11am.

Confederation Park

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch #148 will host the ceremony in north Burnaby. It will take place at the cenotaph in Confederation Park.

There will also be a parade to the cenotaph. The parade will start at McGill Library at 10:30am

Address: 250 Willingdon Ave.

Bonsor Park

There is also a Remembrance Day ceremony taking place at Bonsor Park and being hosted by the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #83. A parade from Fire Hall #3 will start at 10:30am and will take you to the ceremony at the cenotaph in Bonsor Park.

Address: 6550 Bonsor Ave.

City Services

City arts facilities and Burnaby city hall will be closed on Nov. 11. For a full list of open facilities, you can visit the City of Burnaby’s website.

Marco Ovies

Marco Ovies is Burnaby Beacon's Lifestyle Reporter Creator focusing on all things food, events, and fun things happening in the city.

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