Remember in Place - 2021 Virtual Ceremony
This Remembrance Day, members of the public are encouraged to participate virtually in the online service to honour the individuals who gave their lives to serve and protect Canada. Please refrain from gathering at City Hall this year – instead, Remember In Place from wherever you are at 11:00am.
The closed Remembrance Day service was streamed online at 10:25am on Thursday, November 11. To access the recorded webcast, please click on the Watch Ceremony button.
The Poppy Design is a registered trademark of The Royal Canadian Legion, Dominion Command and is used under license. The Poppy Design pays tribute to those who fought for Canada’s freedom and remembers the sacrifices they made.
Display this poster in your home and talk about what Remembrance Day means to you and our community. Honour and remember your friends, family and fellow citizens who have served or are serving.
Poster - Richmond Remembers in Place
Recordings of previous ceremonies are archived below.
|2020||2020 Remembrance Day ceremonies (22 minutes)|
|2019||2019 Remembrance Day ceremonies (1 hour 19 minutes)|
|2018||2018 Remembrance Day ceremonies (1 hour 43 minutes)|
|2017||2017 Remembrance Day ceremonies (1 hour 12 minutes)|
|2016||2016 Remembrance Day ceremonies (1 hour 21 minutes)|
|2015||2015 Remembrance Day ceremonies (1 hour 15 minutes)|
|2014||2014 Remembrance Day ceremonies (1 hour 14 minutes)|
We Will Remember Them
The City’s cenotaph is a monument that serves as a daily reminder to honour those who hailed from Richmond and died for our country in times of war.
We Will Remember Them: The lives behind the Richmond Cenotaph is a publication from the City of Richmond Archives that delves into who these young men were.