Remembrance Day Vigil and Parades

2018/11/10 @ 19:00 – 2018/11/11 @ 15:00
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 124
410 King St
Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON L0S 1J0
Capt Lemoine
+1 (905) 468-7584


This is the kickoff for our annual Remembrance Day Vigil. At 1900h, cadets will meet at the Royal Canadian Legion’s Ed Boldt Memorial Hall (upstairs) and begin preparations for Remembrance Day on Sunday.

Bring your uniform (on a hanger) and your boots; pyjamas; a sleeping bag and pillow; toiletries; and any other essential items for a sleepover.

Dress for the Friday evening portion is casual. Jeans and a t-shirt are fine. Dress for the Saturday parades is full dress uniform: C1. The weather is anticipated to be cold, so bring your parka, gloves, and toque.

Breakfast will be provided by the Squadron Sponsorship Committee through donations by our cadet families. Please accept our sincere thanks if you are contributing to our breakfast. Please see the Remembrance Day Breakfast Contributions sign-up sheet and bring the items with you when you arrive on Friday night.


0600h – Reveille (First Group)
0620h – Breakfast (First Group)
0645h – Walk to Cenotaph (First Group)
0700h – Shifts begin
1000h – Last shift at the Cenotaph
1030h – Old Town parade begins
1200h – Old Town parade ends and cadets return to the Royal Canadian Legion
1230h – Cadets are provided with a snack and are transported to Queenston for the afternoon parade
1300h – Queenston parade begins
1430h – Queenston parade ends and cadets return to the Royal Canadian Legion
1500h – Cadets are ready for pickup the Royal Canadian Legion

Shifts last for 30 mins each with five (5) cadets per shift.

Changeovers will occur at the top and bottom of each hour until the last shift takes position at 1030h. This shift will remain for the duration of the Remembrance Day parade.

Thank you to all who contribute to making this event successful. The Remembrance Day parades are where we have an opportunity for cadets, staff, and volunteers to show our respect for our fallen and, through them, our community.