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No Stone Left Alone was officially launched in 2011 to help ensure an enduring national respect and gratitude for the sacrifice of the Canadian men and women who have lost their lives in the service of peace, at home and abroad. Its mission is  to see that one day all of the soldiers' headstones would have a poppy placed in their honour, with truly No Stone Left Alone.

On 10.30 a.m. on Thursday, 4 November 2021, at Fraser Cemetery, Archdeacon Leggett will join military personnel and schoolchildren to decorate the graves of veterans so that no stone will be left alone.

Click HERE to find a 'No Stone Left Alone' ceremony near where you live.