The Innisfil Remembrance Day Committee plans, organizes and assists with the annual Remembrance Day service, held on November 11 each year. The service is held in front of the memorial at Innisfil Town Hall.

Please watch and subscribe to our news and notices for updates on upcoming Remembrance Day services. You can also watch highlights from the 2022 ceremony, credit to Natasha Philpott/Village Media:

To learn more about Remembrance Day services, visit Veterans Affairs Canada and view their suggested ways to remember the people who served Canada in times of war, military conflict and peace.


Committee meetings are held from September to November as required and typically begin at 10 a.m. View upcoming meeting dates on our Committee Calendar.

Agendas and minutes

View the Remembrance Day Committee's agendas and minutes for upcoming and previous meetings.

War memorial and inaugural Remembrance Day Service

In 2012, the committee proposed constructing a war memorial on the grounds of Innisfil Town Hall as a dignified and lasting tribute to those who have served or are currently serving in Canada's armed forces. It serves to honour the sacrifices of those who died or were affected by conflict.

On November 4, 2012, the inaugural Innisfil Community Remembrance Day Service was held at Town Hall with hundreds of dignitaries, guests and residents in attendance.

Thank you and recognition

The Remembrance Day Committee extends its sincere gratitude to the following residents and businesses for their contribution toward the War Memorial Project and inaugural Remembrance Day Service:

  • Alcona Home Hardware - Kevin Wilson
  • Alcona Sobeys - Kevin Augustyn
  • Dave Dobinson Excavating
  • Gilford & District Horticultural Society
  • Harry Jansma Landscaping
  • Royal Canadian Legion Branch 547 (Lefroy - Belle Ewart)
  • Town of Innisfil