To honour our fallen military and to educate students of the sacrifice of our veterans by placing poppies at their headstones every November.
Return to our website on Monday, November 7, 2016 to watch our Remembrance Ceremony.
9:30 am BC / 10:30 am AB / 11:30 am SK & MB / 12:30 pm ON & QC / 1:30 pm NB, NS, PE / 2:00 pm NL
No Stone Left Alone Memorial Foundation is a non-profit organization working directly with our Canadian Armed Forces, educators across the country, and numerous volunteers to EDUCATE, ACT and HONOUR our military fallen that lay in the Fields of Honour across Canada.
Our purpose is to recognize the sacrifices of our military and place a poppy, the symbol of Remembrance on every headstone. Through our ceremonial efforts, our main goals are to educate and engage the next generation as well as to help raise awareness and funds for our Canadian veterans, serving soldiers and their families.
2016 marks the 6th annual commemoration ceremonies for No Stone Left Alone Memorial Foundation. Thank you to everyone who has helped us along the way.
News & Upcoming Events
- There are many local No Stone Left Alone remembrance ceremonies around the country leading up to Remembrance Day. Visit our locations page to experience a No Stone Left Alone ceremony near you!
- Hosting an event for 2016 is officially closed. For all interested in starting a No Stone Left Alone remembrance ceremony for 2017 in your community, please contact our Ceremony Development Manager, Rhonda Hartman.
- Monday, November 7, 2016 @ 10:30 am (MT) - "Live Stream" video of our No Stone Left Alone remembrance ceremony. If you are unable to make it to a local ceremony in person, join hundreds of students across the country as they watch the ceremony live from Edmonton, Alberta - right here on the No Stone Left Alone home page.
- Saturday, November 12, 2016 - “A Dance to Remember” Gala event. Click here for details and to purchase tickets!