Every year Veterans Voices of Canada raises 128 full sized Canadian flags in our partnering communities, representing the 128,000 Canadian military and RCMP killed and missing in action service personnel lost in armed conflict from the Boer War to the present.


Saturday, September 21, 2019

2019 Veterans Voices of Canada
Flags of Remembrance

Please contact applicable site representative listed below for more information regarding sponsorship forms.

Bathurst, NB – Jordan Chiasson

Email: jcvetvoice@gmail.com

Charlottetown, PEI – Charlene McInnis / Debbie Reid

Email: cmvetvoice@gmail.com

Sydney, NS – Sandra Rigby / Suzanne Gray

Email: srvetvoice@gmail.com

Sylvan Lake, AB – Al Cameron

Email: ac@vetvoicecan.org

Windsor, ON – Terri Davis Fitzpatrick

Email: tdfvetvoice@gmail.com

Thank you everyone for giving tribute to our Veterans past and present as well as your continued support of Veterans Voices of Canada!

Our trademark,copyrighted VVOC – Flags of Remembrance is the brainchild of VVOC Founder, Allan Cameron. This initiative is designed to pay tribute to the men and women of our Veterans in a visually stunning display of patriotism and Remembrance. Every year at our opening ceremony, 128 full size, official Canadian flags are raised along major roadways and other highly visible locations in participating communities. These flags represent the 128,000 Canadians military and RCMP killed and missing in action of the approximately 116,000 Canadians killed in armed conflict from the Boer War to the present, as well as the approximately 12,000 soldiers missing in action. In addition, a total of 234 officers with the RCMP and its predecessor the Northwest Mounted Police, who have died in the line of duty. Each flag is accompanied by a sponsored “Honour Plaque” in tribute or remembrance to past or current serving personnel.This Honour Plaque recognizes and honours individuals given tribute to by family, friends or others who would like to recognize those who sacrifice so much.

A key factor to making our tribute unique is how all flags are raised from coast to coast at the same moment(12 noon-AB Mountain Time),unifying all branch locations, tributes and participating Canadians at each site on that day.

The flags and plaques are raised each fall and taken down just after Remembrance Day. The opening and closing ceremonies will be held on a date to be announced here and within other social media. All ceremonies  will take place on the same day at each of our tribute communities across Canada.

This annual, national event also serves as Veterans Voices of Canada’s primary fundraiser. Monies raised through our VVOC – Flags of Remembrance tributes are used to fulfill the mandate of the VVOC organization:interviewing and on camera documentation of our Veterans, donating produced interviews to educational institutions across Canada as well as assisting in the actual tribute site preparations. Funds will also be used for other Veterans Voices of Canada tributes and Veteran support initiatives throughout the year.

We are proud to say we also donate a portion of the funds raised to other well deserving charities located in each of the communities where we display and hold our tributes.

We are asking a minimum donation of $200 per Honour Plaque. One name per Honour Plaque please.

Thank you everyone for all of your past and future support!


Sponsorships are now being taken for 2019.

The closing date for sponsorships is August 19th each year.

Interested in partnering to hold a Flags of Remembrance Ceremony in your City?

If you’d like to build a committee to spearhead your very own VVOC Flags of Remembrance Ceremony, please get in touch!
We’ll hook you up with everything you need to be part of a national,annual and multi community tribute for your residents they won’t soon forget.

*Our Flags of Remembrance is a copyrighted and trademarked event.