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USask Remembrance Day service

Posted in Politics & Society
Nov 11, 2019

The USask ceremony has been held each Remembrance Day for 91 years.

Please join us for a brief Remembrance Day ceremony in honour of those who have served and continue to serve our country. The USask ceremony has been held for 91 years and recognizes the military contributions and sacrifices of our university community. Please bring a wreath to lay in remembrance if you wish.

Monday, Nov. 11
1:30 pm
At the Memorial Gates (near the College Drive entrance to Royal University Hospital)

Immediately following the Remembrance Day service, a reception will be held at Louis’ Loft, located upstairs in the Memorial Union Building.

 

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