Educate & Honour
Armistice Signed and Fighting Over
"Hostilities are to cease on all fronts at 1100 am today."
British Prime Minister, David Lloyd George
Join us in remembering our fallen.
The final 100 days of the First World War — from 8 August to 11 November 1918 — came to be known as the Hundred Days Offensive. The Canadian Corps' significant contributions along the Western Front generated the name "Canada's Hundred Days." During this time, Canadian and allied forces pushed the German Army from Amiens, France, west to Mons, Belgium, in a series of battles — a drive that ended in German surrender and the end of the war.
As President of No Stone Left Alone, I invite you to journey through our organization`s educational outlook on Canada`s contribution during the First World War. We are pleased to introduce to you, students Hayden Love and Spencer Love, who have volunteered to compile a journey of THE LAST HUNDRED DAYS that we want to share with you. This is the story of our brave Canadians, their days, their mission, their families, and how they changed the outcome of a war. Today we still live the honour of their sacrifices. Each day from today, 8 August 2018 until Remembrance Day, 11 November 2018, we hope that you will honour their stories by sharing and discussing them with those you love (click here for a link to the stories). Let’s hold on to our freedoms and ensure that we remember. We will take the time to heed the lessons of those veterans’ voices that can teach us from first-hand experience what peace is and why it is so important to hold onto.
Lest We Forget,
Maureen Bianchini Purvis
To honour the sacrifice and service of Canada’s military by educating students and placing poppies on the headstones of veterans every November.
No Stone Left Alone Memorial Foundation is, among the leading agencies, dedicated to honouring and remembering Canada’s veterans. Our unique ceremony provides students and youth with an authentic experience that creates knowledge, understanding and appreciation of those who serve and of the sacrifice of Canada’s fallen.
2018 marks the 8th annual commemoration ceremonies for No Stone Left Alone Memorial Foundation. Thank you to everyone who has helped us along the way.
In their own words: students share how the No Stone Left Alone experience changes their perspective.