Updated: Sep 14
On behalf of the Board and Members of BCCTC we are very saddened to hear of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and offer our condolences to the whole Royal Family at this time.
Her Majesty was the epitome of Service, an enduring authority in times of change, and a reassuring figure through war and domestic turmoil. Her passing will be felt not just in the UK but across all the nations where she served as Head of State and across the Commonwealth of Nations.
Coming so soon after we celebrated her 70 years as Monarch we all feel a tremendous sense of loss.
British Canadian Chamber of Trade and Commerce
September 9, 2022
Please find below the notice for a memorial exhibit and reception in Toronto which The Canadian Royal Heritage Trust will be holding from Friday, 16th September through Monday, 19th September, 2022 to observe the death and funeral of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
We hope you will be able to attend at some time during the weekend.
The Canadian Royal Heritage Trust supported by The English-Speaking Union of Canada, Toronto – Hamilton Branch Will observe the death and funeral of Queen Elizabeth II with
A Memorial Exhibit on Her Late Majesty Canada's Queen ELIZABETH II 1926 – 2022 A time to remember and to grieve Friday, 16th September through Monday, 19th September, 2022 Friday, 16th September: 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm EST Reception with remarks and refreshments to be held at 7:00 pm. Saturday, 17th September: 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm EST Sunday, 18th September: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm EST Monday, 19th September: 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm EST
St Joseph’s Hall, Blessed Sacrament Church 24 Cheritan Avenue (on west side of Yonge Street), Toronto (One block south of Yonge Street & Lawrence Avenue) Entrance off Cheritan Avenue. Elevator entrance and wheelchair access from the Cortland Avenue (west side) driveway of the church. The exhibit will include images and commemoratives from the Queen’s long life of service, with an emphasis on her role as Queen of Canada. There will be a book of condolence, to be sent to His Majesty the King.
Use of St Joseph’s Hall for the memorial has been arranged through the kind permission of Revd Larry Marcille, Pastor, Blessed Sacrament Church. For further information: 416-487-7030 or firstname.lastname@example.org