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A Dance To Remember – No Stone Left Alone virtual gala


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From No Stone Left Alone

Our virtual gala is less than one week away!

Have you registered to join our virtual gala on Saturday, November 7? Thanks to the magic of Zoom, we will be able to gather (virtually, of course) from the comfort of our homes across Canada – and beyond!

It’s going to be a moving and magical evening of commemoration and celebration. Dress up if the spirit moves you, or keep it casual – your choice! You can choose to have your video on (and show off those fancy outfits!), or just watch the show with video off.

The evening will include touching tributes and messages, music and even a lively online auction with items to suit every taste and budget.

All are welcome, so please invite anyone you think would like to join us. We would love to see Canadians of all ages and occupations coming together to celebrate and commemorate.

Click here to register for the gala

Please join us on Thursday, November 5 at 10:30 am MST for a very special ceremony live stream from Beechmount Cemetery in Edmonton. This ceremony marks 10 years of NSLA honouring veterans at Beechmount, where the movement was born.

Watch the ceremony live at

Read this story from Red Deer last year that really speaks to the great work of No Stone Left Alone.

Touching ceremony as Red Deer students pay tribute to military veterans leading up to Remembrance Day


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