Rocky View County Honours Local Veterans with No Stone Left Alone Ceremony

Rocky View County Reeve Greg Boehlke joined students from St. Gabriel the Archangel School for its annual No Stone Left Alone ceremony on Monday, November 5, honouring those who fought for our freedom. They placed a poppy and a Canadian flag on the grave of each soldier at the County’s Garden of Peace Cemetery.

No Stone Left Alone is an annual ceremony held in advance of Remembrance Day, launched by the No Stone Left Alone Memorial Foundation. The ceremony honours the sacrifice and service of Canada’s fallen every November, when students and youth across the country place poppies on the headstones of veterans. For more information, visit

We remember and commemorate all the men and women, past and present who have served and fallen. Lest we forget.

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