A Dance to Remember is in support of the No Stone Left Alone Memorial Foundation, whose
important mission is:
To honour the sacrifice and service of the men and women in Canada’s military and to
educate students and youth by placing poppies on their headstones every November.
This year we celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the signing of the Armistice on the Western
Front, in 1918 and to commemorate “Canada’s 100 Days” that proved to be the affirmation of
Canada, as a self-determined nation recognized on the world stage.
Participation in No Stone Left Alone remembrance ceremonies has grown, exponentially, over the
last seven years. School children from Victoria to Nunavut to Newfoundland & Labrador are involved in placing a poppy on soldier’s headstones. The expansion of this movement ensured that poppies were placed on over 49,000 headstones, in Fields of Honour, across Canada during the Week of Remembrance, in 2018.