Sgt. Todd Pebernat, Const. Mike Moore, Const. Chad Kisby, Const. David Truong,and Moore’s daughter Chloe wore Red Serge at Tofino’s cenotaph for 2017’s Remembrance Day ceremony. (Photo - Andrew Bailey)

Remembrance Day ceremonies in Tofino and Ucluelet

The Tofino Legion and Ucluelet Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans Club will host ceremonies today.

The Tofino Legion and Ucluelet Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans Club will host Remebrance Day ceremonies today as the West Coast gathers to honour the heroic sacrifices made by Canada’s veterans.


A parade will leave the Tofino Fire Hall at 10 a.m., stopping at St. Columba Church for a short service before moving on to the Tofino Legion Cenotaph for an 11 a.m. ceremony, followed by a luncheon inside the Legion—331 Main Street.


A parade will leave the Ucluelet Fire Hall towards the Ucluelet Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans Club—1708 Peninsula Rd—for an 11 a.m. ceremony, followed by a luncheon inside the ANAF.

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