The Juno Beach Centre is pleased to welcome the public to the Canadian commemorative ceremony in honour of the 71st anniversary of D-Day on June 6, 2015 at 10h in the presence of Second World War veterans and:
Frédéric POUILLE, Maire de Courseulles-sur-Mer
Ian McLEAN, Vice-Président de l’Association Centre Juno Beach
S. Exc. L’hon. Lawrence CANNON, Ambassadeur du Canada en France
Jean CHARBONNIAUD, Préfet de la Région Basse-Normandie
and students from Centre Dufferin District High School in Shelburne, Ontario.
The ceremony will take place on Garth Webb Esplanade, rain or shine, directly in front of the Juno Beach Centre.
Following the proceedings, Mayor Pouille will officially inaugurate the German Command Post, in the presence of the local partners and volunteers who worked hard to complete the restoration project last year.
*The Juno Beach Centre will open to the public at 11h30. A special tour schedule is in place for the day.
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