Media Advisory
November 9, 2022

The City of Toronto will host a Remembrance Day ceremony at Old City Hall on Friday, November 11 to honour Canadians who have made the ultimate sacrifice while serving our country during times of war, military conflict and in peacekeeping. The Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, and Mayor John Tory will deliver remarks at the ceremony.

Date: November 11
Time: 10:45 a.m.
Location: Old City Hall, 60 Queen St. W.

A livestream of the ceremony will be available on the City’s YouTube channel starting at 10:45 a.m.

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Due to limited space at the ceremony, reporters, photographers and/or videographers planning to attend must RSVP to to gain access to the designated media areas. Upon RSVP, further details and a site map will be provided.

Media will be required to stay in designated areas throughout the ceremony and, out of respect for veterans and those who paid the ultimate sacrifice, are not permitted to go in the ceremony area around the cenotaph.

Photographs will be available after the ceremony. To request photos, please contact

Remembrance Day services will also be held at the following locations – all begin at 10:45 a.m. unless otherwise indicated:

  • East York Civic Centre Memorial Gardens, 850 Coxwell Ave.
  • Etobicoke Civic Centre Cenotaph, 399 The West Mall
  • Fort York National Historic Site, Garrison Common, 100 Garrison Rd. (begins at 10:30 a.m.)
  • Meridian Arts Centre, George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St., North York
  • Scarborough War Memorial, 2190 Kingston Rd.
  • York Civic Centre Cenotaph, 2700 Eglinton Ave. W.

Road restrictions

The following streets near Old City Hall will be closed from 10 a.m. to noon on November 11, with no parking. TTC streetcars and buses will be diverted:

  • Bay Street, from Albert Street to Richmond Street West
  • Local access only to Albert Street from Bay Street southbound
  • Queen Street West, from Yonge Street to east of York Street
  • James Street, from Queen Street West to Albert Street

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