Canadians mourning the death of Queen Elizabeth II can pay tribute to her through the National Electronic Condolence Book or in person at City Hall and the City’s Civic Centres.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II: 1926–2022

The City of Toronto mourns Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Proclamations, Congratulatory Scrolls & Letters of Greeting

Recognition from the Mayor and City Council for causes, organizations and individuals.

Commemorative Tree & Bench Program

Tributes to individuals, special occasions and organizations through the installation of a commemorative bench or tree in a City park.

Flag-Raising & Half-Masting

Raising flags at City buildings to enhance public awareness of activities and celebrations.

Key to the City

The Key to the City is bestowed upon distinguished persons and honoured guests of the City of Toronto.

Fallen Firefighter Memorial

Honouring our Toronto Fire‬fighters who have died in the line of duty.

Toronto Paramedic Service Memorial Wall

Honouring our Toronto Paramedics who have died in the line of duty.

Freedom of the City

Granted to a military entity that has enjoyed a long and happy relationship with the City of Toronto.

Toronto Remembers

The City honours those who served their country with annual ceremonies on Remembrance Day and on other significant historical military occasions.

Toronto Sign

The TORONTO Sign lighting celebrates and commemorates local events and causes.