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Notice to Public - Remembrance Day

Oct 27 2020


            October 27, 2020

  Virtual Remembrance Day Ceremony 2020 

             (Live-Streaming of event Due to COVID-19)

The District of Logan Lake will be holding a different Remembrance Day Ceremony this year to recognize the sacrifices of those who have served our country. 

As per Provincial regulations regarding gatherings during COVID-19, this year’s ceremony will be altered as follows:

  • We respectfully ask that members of the community participate in this year’s event by viewing the ceremony virtually through a live-stream feed by visiting:

    (Note: The live-stream ceremony is will commence at 10:40 a.m. on November 11th. A schedule of the event will be available on the District’s Website and Facebook page)

  • Attendance at the Cenotaph will be limited to a number of designated people to lead the ceremony and lay the wreaths on behalf of the groups that usually attend in person.
  • The Fire Hall Teck Room will be available to host a maximum of twenty-four (24) people to view a live stream of the event, on a first come first served basis. We ask that this option be left for community members unable to access the live stream from their homes. Distancing and sanitization protocols in place, and we ask that masks be worn.
  • For those wishing to pay their respects in person at the Cenotaph, we ask that you do so following the ceremony (throughout the day) to avoid the gathering of any groups.

The District would like to further thank that community for their understanding and support as we navigate the facilitation of this ceremony, in a different way, in order to keep everyone safe.

District of Logan Lake