On behalf of the OPP Association Board of Directors, members and staff, thank you to all who have served and continue to serve Canada. We especially remember those who have died and paid the ultimate sacrifice. We will always remember them.

We have many OPP members past and present who have served and continue to serve every day. I would like to acknowledge the service and sacrifice of our members. Our thoughts today and everyday are with all of you, as well as with the families and loved ones of our fallen heroes.

The OPP Association Board of Directors and staff are observing Remembrance Day on Friday November 11, 2022 by lowering our flags to half staff, pausing for a moment of silence at 11am and attending Remembrance Day ceremonies across the province of Ontario, including at Queen’s Park in Toronto.

An OPP Association wreath will be among those laid at the Queen’s Park Ceremony of Remembrance. An acknowledgement of the wreath will be made during the ceremony. Director Rob Jamieson will be in attendance at Queen’s Park representing the OPPA.

Learn more and get link to watch the Queen’s Park Ceremony live on Youtube 11am November 11th.

We encourage everyone to wear a poppy, and observe a moment of silence at 11am on November 11th wherever you are.

You can find a local Royal Canadian Legion ceremony in your local area in Ontario online at this directory on Legion.ca 

John Cerasuolo, President
Ontario Provincial Police Association