To honour our fallen military and to educate students of the sacrifice of our veterans by placing poppies at their headstones every November.
To have all of Canada’s veterans, wherever their final place of rest may be, remembered by the simple act of a student placing a poppy by their headstone during the school week preceding Remembrance Day. This ceremony is envisioned to be an annual event led by a school with students who are assisted by members of the Canadian Armed Forces, Cadets, veterans, and other service organizations.
To Honour and Remember
Our goal is to honour every soldier who has fought for our Canadian freedoms and to ensure that their acts of bravery are recognized and never forgotten. With the participation of the Edmonton Public School Board, Edmonton Catholic School District and many other school districts across Canada, we are proud to have many students placing poppies on each soldiers' headstone during a ceremony to be held each November with the main event held at Beechmount Cemetery and simultaneous satellite cemetery sites.
We as a non-profit organization have the support of the Honourable Minister of Veterans Affairs to ensure that our mission is achieved every November. We want to create an increased awareness of our veterans' needs across Canada. We envision national-level engagement once No Stone Left Alone has solid local support and irreversible momentum. We will seek to expand the initiative, mobilizing with the support of provincial and federal organizations as required.