Attend Remembrance Day ceremony at the University of Alberta Nov. 11.
The City of Edmonton's annual Remembrance Day ceremony at the U of A Butterdome (89 Avenue and 112 Street) is being held Nov. 11. The public is invited as we pay our respects to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in Canada's past conflicts.
The Butterdome ceremony is the city's largest Remembrance Day event. Other events are listed on the City's website.
People are asked to arrive and be seated by 10 a.m. Be aware that traffic will be busy and parking in demand around the Butterdome, so please plan accordingly.
University of Alberta soldiers, Montreal, 1915. Illustration by Jordan Carson.
Canada became a nation on the battlefields of the First World War — and hundreds of the U of A’s first students and staff fought and died there.
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The names of the First World War soldiers from the University of Alberta are listed in a plaque at Convocation Hall.
A plaque outside Convocation Hall memorializes members of the U of A community lost in two world wars.
Global News Edmonton covers the city's largest Remembrance Day ceremony, held at the U of A Butterdome, Nov. 11, 2016.
All university buildings are closed Nov. 11-12 to observe the Remembrance Day statutory holiday.