Wednesday, July 25, 2007

2007 Warriors' Day Parade

The 86th Warriors' Day Parade

90th Anniversary of

The Battle of Vimy Ridge

Saturday, August 18th, 2007

at 10:15 am

The Warriors' Day Parade is a unique and spectacular event that includes the colour, sound and traditions of Regiments and Squadrons as well as the recognition of those who served and those who serve today. Since 1921, the Parade has provided an opportunity to celebrate our military victories.
For participants and spectators, it is also an opportunity to show deep appreciation for the priceless gift of freedom given to us by our Veterans and those brave women and men presently serving in the Canadian Forces.

All members of the public are invited to view the Parade along its' route or from inside the Ricoh Coliseum at the CNE Grounds Toronto, ON. The Ricoh Coliseum is also fully accessible to the handicapped and has washroom facilities inside the facility. Since the saluting dais is located inside the Ricoh Coliseum, all bands will be playing once they enter and as they march past the Saluting Officer. An announcer will also provide information about each contingent.
Right after the parade is finished, ‘Salute to Heroes’, a magnificent mini-tattoo presented by the CNE
will also take place in the Coliseum so you won’t even have to leave your seats to continue enjoying
the show.

If you have not attended The Warriors' Day Parade before you are in for a very special experience. If you have participated previously the Warriors Day Council sincerely welcome you back.

Look forward to seeing you in August!

For further information,

for Tickets for Veterans and immediate families,

or to enter parade click link below:

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